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LegislationGuidelines and parameters for best practice

The Multi-Unit development Act 2011 became law on The 1st April 2011 and it applies to all multi-unit developments with shared amenities, facilities and services. The MUD Act was developed to address the absence of legislation. The Act puts structured processes in place for important matters pertaining to the OMC such as the transfer of ownership of common areas, service charges and sinking fund.

The Property Services Regulatory Bill aims to regulate property professionals involved in the area of selling, management and letting of property. The Bill will set out a new licensing system, standards of education and procedures for investigation of malpractice.

  • Multi-Unit Development Act 2011 (Download)
  • Property Services Regulatory Act 2011(Download)
  • Company Law Handbook on Residential Property Owners Management Companies (Download)
  • Buying and living in a Multi-unit development property in Ireland (Download)
  • House rules
  • Health and safety
  • Fire evacuation procedures
  • Insurance claims procedure

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  • Tendering
  • Insurance Renewals
  • Health & Safety
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Auditing
  • Utility Management
  • Waste Management
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In respect of residential property management, we are driven by our goal of delivering the highest levels of customer satisfaction and quality in all we do. Our detailed specifications (service level agreements) regarding property maintenance represent best practice in the field, with ongoing regular inspections and feedback reporting to members on the health of your buildings and plant. well as strategic preventative measures.