From the 1st October 2008, Co. Wicklow along with the five other counties in Ireland became liable for compulsory registration.

The effect of this is that all property not registered in the Land Registry must now be registered in the Land Registry.

The Land Registry requirements are:

  1. Form 3 containing all paragraphs as prescribed in the Land Registration Rules 2005 [S.I. 643 of 2005]
  2. The original conveyance/assignment on sale [together with an attested/certified copy of the lease if leasehold or the attested/certified copy of the Fee Farm Grant if a farm grant]
  3. Original map or plan of the property acceptable for registration purposes.
  4. Application for registration incorporating Form 17 and
  5. Fees of €85

For further details in relation to same please contact Siona Mooney or Ian Lavelle.

03 October 2008

    Dear Joice… you are and have been very professional, sympathetic and dignified in all of your dealings with us and I put that down to one simple fact. You listened.

    James, Medical Negligence Client

    Neil is an absolute gentleman to deal with – kind, tactful and very efficient. We could not praise him highly enough. He brought us through a horrible time.

    Sean, Medical Negligence Client

    Many thanks again for a job well done. We really appreciate all your hard work and practical advice.

    Corporate client in a commercial litigation matter

    Dear Jamie, You and your team in ACL were so professional, diligent and prompt. I have recommended you and the firm, and will continue to do so.

    Lorraine McCarthy

    Gus Cullen and the firm’s approach to addressing the key issues was professional, yet personal, efficient yet attentive.


    The process is a difficult one and when you deal with people who are so professional and yet genuine/real people, it makes it so much easier... so thanks a million.


    Request a Callback