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Rachel Carney

Partner


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Rachel is a partner in our Real Estate Department and currently leads the Multi-Unit team.   The team specialises in effectively and efficiently operating the smooth running of the sales process for our multi-unit residential sales. It comprises a very experienced and dedicated team which deals exclusively with volume sales and currently comprises 20 staff made up of 9 solicitors, 6 legal executives and 5 support staff. The team is currently instructed on the sale of over 2,000 properties.

Rachel specialises in acting for a number of developers, financial institutions, receivers and asset managers in such volume sales.  In addition, she has significant experience in advising on unfinished developments and completed developments and establishing management structures.

Over the last number of years, Rachel has been advising financial institutions and receivers on development bonds and financial conditions on unfinished developments throughout Ireland as well as advising on challenging enforcement notices and derelict site notices.

Specialties

  • Real Estate Law
  • Environmental and Planning Law
  • Bank and Receiver Sales/Leases
  • Landlord and Tenant

Representative Matters

  • The MURS Unit is currently acting for AIB in the sale of over 500 properties where the Bank is selling as mortgagee in some cases and in the remaining cases where receivers have been appointed.
  • The MURS Unit is currently acting for Alanis in the sale of over 600 properties which were acquired by Deutsche Bank.
  • The team is also acting for developers in relation to the sale of apartments and commercial units as well as advising on the restructuring and incorporation of management companies to ensure compliance with the Multi-Unit Development Act, 2011.
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Areas of Expertise

Real Estate Law Hotels & Leisure Retail Group

Professional Memberships

Irish Environmental Law Association

The Law Society of Ireland

Dublin Solicitors Bar Association

Education

University College Dublin , BBLS