Clerkin Lynch has a dedicated property department run under the supervision of Niall Clerkin who is a partner in Clerkin Lynch.
Niall is assisted by Emer Fitzhenry who is a qualified solicitor and who works primarily in the property department. Emer passed the New York Bar in 2012 and also passed the exams held by the Law Society rendering you eligible to apply for entry to practise in property law in England and Wales.
We act for a number of developers in acquiring and selling large tranches of property in industrial estates and retail parks. The following is a summary of the commercial property transactions the firm has been involved in, ranging from €5,000,000 to €20,000,000.
The property department also acts on behalf of a global leader in the office fit out market whose business it is to create turnkey spaces tailored to its clients’ exact specifications.
Additionally, Clerkin Lynch acts on behalf of many private clients in relation to residential conveyances ranging in value from €100,000 to €5,000,000. We deal with mortgage applications, first registrations, e-stamping and all ancillary matters. We have certified title where required to in all transactions after conducting the appropriate due diligence and compiling reports on title.
We regularly negotiate commercial leases for clients, ranging from restaurants to warehouse units.
We have dealt with the disposal of a block of apartments and we have acted in several other apartment sales. We have liaised with management companies and managing agents.
Niall Clerkin is a founding partner of Clerkin Lynch. Niall trained and worked as a qualified solicitor for two of Dublin’s leading law firms, primarily practising in the area of banking and financial services law. Niall established Clerkin Lynch with Kevin Lynch in 2008. Since establishing the firm he has substantially expanded his practice areas and brings years of specialist expertise to the areas of commercial litigation, financial services law and commercial property law.