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The case of the Craughwell Prisoners

In the 1880s the Land War was at its height. It was a prolonged period of bitter civic unrest which pitted an unprotected peasantry against some ruthless landlords, who had the law and power of eviction at their disposal. Following the Great Famine a weakened tenant peasantry was easily removed from the land. It began a pitiful trail to the workhouse, and the emigrant ships. But as the century progressed the situation changed. The highly organised Irish National Land League supported evicted farmers; while members of the Irish Parliamentary Party in Westminster fought for legislation which would eventually see a redistribution of land to tenants.

Demand for high-end rentals is growing

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Demand for executive/luxury rental homes has far exceeded the supply in the quarter from September to December 2011, according to Yvonne Mullaney of Executive Sales and Lettings.

Upward only rent reviews apply only on NAMA properties

Upward only rent reviews that are causing financial hardship for tenants leasing expensive commercial properties can only be reviewed where those properties are owned by NAMA, but not where they are in private ownership.

74-year-old’s case to prevent eviction continues at High Court

A Kilkenny old-age pensioner has this week begun a legal battle to prevent her eviction from the home, which she has been residing in for more than 40 years.

74-year-old’s case to prevent eviction continues at High Court

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A Kilkenny old-age pensioner has this week begun a legal battle to prevent her eviction from the home, which she has been residing in for more than 40 years.

Tenants can receive up to forty five per cent off house price

Local authority tenants, who have been residents for more than 10 years, have the opportunity to purchase their house in a new scheme, with up to 45 per cent off the house price available.

Council to offer some 45 per cent off house prices

After adopting a Government plan to offer long-term tenants up to 45 per cent off the purchase price of their local authotiry home, Westmeath County Council is to write to its 1,700 residential tenants before the end of the month to inform them of this.

The advantages of using an agency when letting your property

There are several different reasons why an agency is more effective than an individual when letting a property, according to Yvonne Mulllaney of Yvonne Mullaney executive sales and lettings. For a start, an agent will have several properties online at any one time, and so gets an extremely high volume of people ringing looking for a home to rent.

Maximise your property’s rental potential

Many homeowners are now opting to let rather than sell their properties due to the current conditions in the housing market, according to local auctioneer Yvonne Mullaney.

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