Buying or selling a property can be a stressful life event and it is important to have the right team of advisors in your corner. Here at Corcoran & Company Solicitors we have the right blend of experience and interpersonal skills to guide you through this process and ensure an efficient and stress free outcome.

As your Solicitors we will, amongst other things: examine and certify title to your property; advise upon and resolve title and / or planning issues arising; and, where required, deal with your mortgage provider.

Why engage Corcoran & Company Solicitors?

  • we provide you with an upfront fixed fee so there are no nasty surprises;
  • We provide clear, practical and up-to-date legal advice;
  • We are reliable;
  • We are efficient;
  • We are competitive; and
  • We keep you updated throught the process on the progress of your transaction (telephone, emails & meetings ).


Update: January 2016

Sale of Land – Breach of Contract 

Contract for sale of land was executed in 2003 between the Defendants (as vendors) and Fleming Construction, which subsequently went into receivership.

Contract contained no details of consideration due and all outstanding details were to be concluded at “closing” of transaction.

Purchaser paid substantial cash deposit and parties agreed to future split of stamp duty benefit that was perceived to derive from the manner in which the sale was structured.

Consideration in split benefit due under contract was never discharged. Receiver of Fleming Construction sought orders directing the Defendants, as trustees, to perform certain obligations under the contract.

Held, orders sought by receiver refused, receiver cannot equitably insist on rights under the contract when he has failed to discharge the full consideration agreed in the contract.

For more information see: Maloney, George v Ted O’Connor and Donal Dunne

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