Tom MarrenPartner

Qualifications and Appointments
  • Qualified as a solicitor in 1978
  • Holds Bachelor of Civil Law(BCL) degree from University College Dublin
  • Holds Diploma in Notarial Law and Practice (DIP.NOT.L) from Faculty of Notaries Public in Ireland
  • Practicing Notary Public
Expertise
  • Commercial property
  • Landlord and tenant law
  • The law of compulsory acquisitions and practice
  • Notarial law and practice
Recent Work Highlights
  • Acted for vendors of Royal Liver Retail Park, Naas, Road, Dublin 12
  • Acted in sale of office block, Block C, Butlers Court, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2
  • Acted for large accountancy practice in leasing of 31,000 square feet of office space in prime city centre location
  • Acted for Michael Guiney Group in recent acquisition of retail stores in Tralee, Dundalk and Mullingar
  • Acted for Solvalla Properties Limited in leasing of over 67,000 square feet of offices at Adelphi Plaza, Lower George’s Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin
  • Acting for John Connaughton Group in formulating scheme for development of 800 housing units at Dunboyne, Co Meath
  • Acting for developer who has entered into Framework Agreement with Meath County Council for construction of new distributor road at Athlumney, Navan, Co Meath
  • Acted for Paddy Power Betfair Plc in concluding claim for compensation arising from compulsory purchase order served on that company by Dublin City Council
  • Has reviewed a number of text books for the Incorporated Law Society including Professor Wyley’s book on the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009
  • Is currently reviewing The Notary of Ireland Law and Practice written by Eamonn G Hall and E Rory O’Connor.
  • Vat on Property

    Vat on Property The New Rules When buying, selling or leasing commercial properties, it is essential that before any contracts are exchanged or leases signed, that a full due diligence enquiry is carried out in relation to the VAT status of the property. It is important that each party to a property transaction fully understands

    7th August 2018
  • Client Alert – Changes to Probationary Period for a Further Part 4 Tenancy Under the Residential Tenancies Act 2004 (AS Amended)

    Client Alert – Changes to Probationary Period for a Further Part 4 Tenancy Under the Residential Tenancies Act 2004 (AS Amended) Update Since I issued my previous news alert, the Residential Tenancies Board has now issued further clarification on a change introduced by the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016. This change

    17th June 2017
  • Client Alert – The Provisions of the New Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016

    Client Alert – The Provisions of the New Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016 The provisions of the new Residential Tenancies Act 2016 (“the Act”) have slipped under the radar and were passed into law on 24 December 2016. We had been expecting some significant changes but some of the amendments and

    17th June 2016
  • The Importance of Participating Fully in Arbitration Proceedings

    The Importance of Participating Fully in Arbitration Proceedings The recent High Court decision of Mr Justice Paul Gilligan in the case of Mary Delargy (“the Applicant”) and John Hickey and Ann Hickey (“the Respondents”), (Delargy v Hickey and Anor. [2015] IEHC 436), highlights the importance of each party fully engaging in and participating in arbitration

    20th June 2015
  • Draft General Scheme of Mediation Bill Published by Department of Justice

    Draft General Scheme of Mediation Bill Published by Department of Justice The scheme for a Mediation Bill was published by the Department of Justice in March 2012. The main points of the scheme are as follows:- solicitorswill be obliged to advise clients to consider using mediation before issuing proceedings; partieswill be entitled to engage in

    20th May 2014
  • Upward and Downward Rent Review Clauses in a Lease

    Upward and Downward Rent Review Clauses in a Lease The High Court on 26 July 2012 made a very important decision on the correct interpretation of section 132 of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009, (“the 2009 Act”) which prohibits upward only rent review clauses in leases created on or after 28 February

    17th April 2014

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