Defective Property Claims
Defective property is both dangerous and expensive to sort out. Whether your property has latent construction defects, been built with defective concrete blocks or is affected by pyrite heave, our experienced litigation and property solicitors can help with defective property claims.
Latent Construction Defects
Latent defects are rarely obvious and are only normally discovered on closer inspection. Often extreme weather such as wind or heavy rain can bring these types of defects to light.
It is often the case that latent defects become apparent over time. Claiming can help towards the cost of repairs.
Defective Concrete Blocks
Defective concrete blocks can have a serious impact on properties. From breathing issues from debris and dust to cracks in the walls and plaster, defective concrete blocks can have a big impact on the health of you and your family as well as your bank balance.
Don’t delay, please call us now on +353 1 264 5555 or complete our Online Enquiry and we’ll be delighted to help you.
Property areas include the following:
Conveyancing and Property
Our conveyancing service provides the peace of mind you need when buying or selling a property. Our team has a depth of experience in successfully closing property deals quickly, cleanly and efficiently across the country…
Selling a Property
Our conveyancing service will make selling your property quick, safe and hassle free.
We take control of everything from organising the legal documents to arranging the exchange of contracts, keeping you up to date as we go.
Buying a Property
Whether you’re a first time residential buyer or moving up the property ladder, our conveyancing service lets you buy property quickly, safely and worry free.
Change of Ownership
If you need to change, add or remove a person from your property’s title, or transfer it to a different person completely, the team at Gibson & Associates can help you.
Defective property is both dangerous and expensive to sort out. Whether your property has latent construction defects, been built with defective concrete blocks or is affected by pyrite heave, our experienced litigation and property solicitors can help you claim compensation.
Our construction claims service provides you with the peace of mind you need when making or defending construction disputes.
Whether you’re a contractor, sub-contractor, supplier, architect, design professional or a client – our experienced dispute solicitors can help you make or defend a construction contract claim.
A mortgage is, after all, one of the biggest financial undertakings you are likely to take in your lifetime and you want the best deal that is available to you. Our mortgage service provides you with the peace of mind you deserve when dealing with your mortgage decisions.
Our team of property solicitors is here to help you no matter where in Ireland you’re based.
Our experienced defective property claims solicitors will provide the support you need to manage your claim. We will support you each step of the way.
Call us now on +353 1 264 5555 to speak to a member of our team.
What our clients say
1. We receive a Sales Advice Note from the Estate Agent
This sets out all the details of the transaction to include the buyer, seller, the property, the price and the solicitors involved.
2. We receive the Contracts from the Seller’s solicitor
We review the contract at this stage before scanning it in and emailing it to you.
3. We arrange a meeting / telephone consultation with you
This allows us to go through the Contract with you to ensure it reflects what you have agreed. It also allows us to get a better understanding of the property which you are buying.
4. Raise pre-contract enquiries
Once we have discussed the Contract with you we liaise with the seller’s solicitor to agree matters such as the closing date as well as requesting any other documents to ensure you are getting a property where; all title matters are in order, all planning permissions are in place and all property taxes have been paid.
5. Face to Face meeting to sign Contracts and loan documents
Provided everything is in order you will meet with your solicitor again to sign the Contracts and Loan Documents. These are sent to the seller’s solicitor to allow a binding agreement to be entered into.
6. Drawdown your loan funds and closing
We request your loan funds, send them to the seller’s solicitor and review the documents transferring ownership. We also request searches to ensure that the seller has the right to sell and that there have been debts registered against the property. Once this has been done then you get your keys and the property is yours.