Hogan Dowling McNamara Solicitors Limerick advise banks and other debtors in respect of asset recovery as a regular part of our practice. Our work typically includes carrying out security reviews, drafting deeds of appointment, advising in respect of security issues, acting in the disposal of properties from sale through to completion and giving all related planning, environmental and title advices. We have also been engaged on a number of occasions in reviewing existing leases of properties where receivers have been appointed to advise on the impact of receivership on existing leases in respect of commercial, mixed use and residential properties and tenancies of all types. Hogan Dowling McNamara Solicitors Limerick have advised receivers in respect of their statutory and contractual obligations, duties and entitlements and have drafting and negotiated short and long term occupational leases. We also advise in respect of disputes and litigation arising out of or in connection with receiverships and other methods of asset recovery. Recent work includes:
acting for receivers appointed on behalf of a lending institutions over a number of pubs located in Dublin and the South East
acted for receiver appointed over assets of company and related individuals consisting of residential property, commercial property, development lands, agricultural lands and public houses
validation of receivership appointment to a number of companies in the Treasury Holdings Group
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