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Kevin Neary Notary Public
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Kevin is Managing Director of DNDLAW Limited which practises as Donnelly Neary & Donnelly Solicitors in Newry Castlewellan and Dublin and is also a Director in JPHLAW Limited which trades as John P Hagan Solicitors in Portadown Northern Ireland.. Dndlaw was founded in 1901 .Kevin joined in 1984 and has been a partner in the firm since 1988. He has ultimate responsibility for the firms management and leadership . As a firm dndlaw has strong an emphasis on maintaining close relationships with existing clients as well looking for opportunities to expand the range and quality of services offered to clients Kevin's legal expertise include business or share purchases mergers, commercial property acquisitions sales development, residential property development , trusts, inheritance tax, wills and estateus both in Northern Ireland and in the Republic of Ireland. Kevin has experience in professional negligence matters including doctors lawyers and accountants Kevin focuses on getting job done and takes a pragmatic and commercial approach focus on the practical realities of the work. As a firm we pride ourselves in ensuring that client expectations are met, deadlines are set and risk is managed. We proactively manage transactions to ensure they are brought to a successful conclusion Kevin is a Notary Public and currently President of the College of Notaries in Northern Ireland He is a member of the NI Commercial Property Lawyers Association and a qualified Trusts and Estates Preactitioner (TEP) of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). He can represent you in Northern Ireland and in the Republic of Ireland Both dndlaw and John P Hagan Solicitors are widely respected for dealing with all transactions in an efficient but fair manner. We offer Clients a high technology solution to their case requirements including: Document Management, E-Mail, Legal Research as well as personal service from offices in Neery Castlewellan Dublin and now Portadown .
Kevin is Managing Director of DNDLAW Limited which practises as Donnelly Neary & Donnelly Solicitors in Newry Castlewellan and Dublin and is also a Director in JPHLAW Limited which trades as John P Hagan Solicitors in Portadown Northern Ireland.. Dndlaw was founded in 1901 .Kevin joined in 1984 and has been a partner in the firm since 1988. He has ultimate responsibility for the firms management and leadership . As a firm dndlaw has strong an emphasis on maintaining close relationships with existing clients as well looking for opportunities to expand the range and quality of services offered to clients Kevin's legal expertise include business or share purchases mergers, commercial property acquisitions sales development, residential property development , trusts, inheritance tax, wills and estateus both in Northern Ireland and in the Republic of Ireland. Kevin has experience in professional negligence matters including doctors lawyers and accountants Kevin focuses on getting job done and takes a pragmatic and commercial approach focus on the practical realities of the work. As a firm we pride ourselves in ensuring that client expectations are met, deadlines are set and risk is managed. We proactively manage transactions to ensure they are brought to a successful conclusion Kevin is a Notary Public and currently President of the College of Notaries in Northern Ireland He is a member of the NI Commercial Property Lawyers Association and a qualified Trusts and Estates Preactitioner (TEP) of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). He can represent you in Northern Ireland and in the Republic of Ireland Both dndlaw and John P Hagan Solicitors are widely respected for dealing with all transactions in an efficient but fair manner. We offer Clients a high technology solution to their case requirements including: Document Management, E-Mail, Legal Research as well as personal service from offices in Neery Castlewellan Dublin and now Portadown .

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Protecting your will from Challenge

How to keep their wills watertight to avoid challenge ?

.The best way to ensure that your last wishes will be upheld, is to understand the grounds on which a will may successfully be challenged, she says. The main grounds for challenging a will are identified as incapacity, undue influence and fraud.
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NOTARY NEWS New Rules for legalisation with The People's Republic of China.
For any private matters then the holder of the document is required to provide a photocopy of his/her valid ID [e.g passport or Driving Licence] please note the name on the official ID copy produced must be exactly the same as the document(s) which require notarising - any discrepancy i.e middle name(s) not shown then the document(s) will be rejected. Please speak further with us should you require full detail. Also in relation to commercial documents then it is a requirement of the Embassy that the legal representative's passport along with a company house document which shows the legal status of the company and of its representative be produced - again all names need to be present and correct - again please contact us if you require any further information.
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Germany plans English-speaking courts
Germany plans to introduce English-speaking courts ready to receive British businesses after Brexit, which could leave the UK for the Continent in order to remain inside the EU’s single market. Ulrike Willoughby, chair of the newly established Chamber of International Commercial Law, has suggested litigation cases adopt the English language, but maintain the application of German law to proceedings. Meanwhile, Britons in Europe are facing an increasingly uncertain future under the shadow of a no-deal Brexit, according to Fragomen. The firm said Brits would be classed as “third-party nationals” and there would be higher employment costs for businesses hiring Britons. It added that problems were being compounded by a lack of clarity from the EU. Caron Pope, Fragomen’s managing partner, said: "The EU need to get a grip of it and say how they will be treated. We can’t believe t hat British people will be sent packing, but we do need to know the terms and process that will allow them to stay”.
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HMRC steps up action against avoiders

The Sunday Telegraph reports that HMRC initiated twice as many enforcement actions against taxpayers who had ignored an "accelerated payment notice" in 2017 than in the previous year. Dominic Arnold of Moore Stephens points out that prior to 2014 HMRC would challenge taxpayers individually, but since the introduction of APNs, HMRC effectively issued APNs in bulk once a tax tribunal had established that a particular type of avoidance scheme was unlawful. This has led to a total of 79,000 APNs being issued since 2014, of which 6,000 were later withdrawn. The paper’s Sam Meadows points out that the tax office last week revealed plans that would permit it direct access to a taxpayer's banking records, meaning banks would no longer be obliged to inform the customer when a request is made
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BBC faces £2m legal bill in Cliff case
The BBC could face legal costs of more than £2m after losing its privacy battle against Sir Cliff Richard. The Sunday Times points out that the BBC had the chance to walk away two years ago by simply providing Sir Cliff with an apology.
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Barclays told to compensate former employees assaulted by doctor
Barclays last week lost a bid to avoid paying compensation to 126 former employees who say they were sexually assaulted by a doctor hired by the bank between 1968 and 1984. The Court of Appeal said the bank was liable but Barclays said it is now considering turning to the Supreme Court, arguing claims should have been brought within three years. However, courts can make exceptions. Jessica Handley, a solicitor at Slater and Gordon which represents 24 of the women, said: “The claimants would like to resolve this as soon as possible.”
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Public funded EU publicity blitz gave Remain an unfair advantage
The Independent Commission on Referendums has ruled that the £9.3m pro-EU publicity campaign in the run-up to the Brexit referendum gave the Remain side an unfair advantage. The cross-party panel of MPs called for tighter restrictions on ministers using unlimited amounts of public money in favour of one side of a debate.

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Are all live exports from Ireland to France illegal?
A complaint by animal welfare campaigners who tracked hundreds of unweaned calves from Ireland to Holland is being considered by EU lawyers. The animals were sent on a 56-hour journey without water. Under EU law, unweaned calves may be transported for no more than nine hours, followed by an hour's rest, before another nine hours of travelling. This rule was broken, but regardless of the law breaches in this particular consignment, the campaigners point out that because ferry journeys alone from Ireland to France last 18 to 20 hours - beyond the nine-hour limit - all live exports from the republic to Europe are illegal.
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Lawmakers demand abortion reform for Northern Ireland
A cross party group of British and Irish parliamentarians have written an open letter calling for reform of abortion law in Northern Ireland. They say current law breaches rights equivalency as set out in the Good Friday Agreement and breaks human rights laws. The signatories urge Westminster to set out an explicit legislative timetable to repeal the Offences Against the Person Act 1861, the British legislation upon which Northern Irish abortion law is defined, as a first step.
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PROPERTY SOLICITOR REQUIRED

We are seeking to recruit a property and probate solicitor .for our Newry office - Excellent remuneration and benefits -

Our client is a 4 office regional firm looking for a full time permanent solicitor who has had exposure to conveyancing, wills and probate to join a very successful practice.

Ability to handle cases with minimal supervision, must be comfortable/ competent being client facing and seeing clients on occassion without appointments.

Preferably 5PQE + and good academics

Contact in confidence Kevin Neary at kevin@dndlaw.com or 028 30264611

#recruiting #law #wills #conveyancing
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