We are a normal GP practice, looking after public and private patients.

We are 2 doctors, myself and Dr Sinead Beirne, and a nurse (my Mrs Caitriona O’Sullivan, who is practice nurse, midwife, breastfeeding support etc). We share 3 reception staff with the other GP practice.

We provide the full range of GP services, from cradle to grave, including maternity care, cervical screening, childhood and travel vaccination, contraception, health screening, ECG, lung function testing, chronic illness care, blood tests, repeat prescriptions and so on, but we also have some specialized services that are not commonly found in most practices:

  • Minor surgery procedures, from ingrown toenails and cysts to moles and skin cancers, wart freezing etc. We take referrals from all over Dublin and carry out approx. 700 procedures annually
  • We provide ultrasound scanning, including general abdominal scanning, assessment of prostate, aorta, gallstones, uterus, and pregnancy scanning.
  • As a result, we have an extensive maternity practice, participate in shared antenatal care with the hospital, offer midwife care and provide comprehensive breastfeeding support for new parents.
  • We combine ultrasound and surgical skills to find and remove contraceptive implants that get lost in people’s arms
  • We have substantial expertise in diabetes care.

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It is reported that the Revenue Commissioners have decided not to appeal a High Court judgment that allows people to claim dwellinghouse relief even if they inherit more than one property as part of a Deceased’s Estate.


However, one should be aware of the specific circumstances in which this relief remains and that is where the person claiming the relief must not have owned even a share in another property at the date of inheritance.


It is a matter of timing and in the particular case in question, the person seeking relief had received a specific bequest of the dwellinghouse for which relief was claimed, but received other properties in what is called the residue or remainder of the Estate and this was deemed to be a gift at a time later than the initial gift of the dwellinghouse.


Nevertheless, this decision could be of great benefit to any number of people who were denied the dwellinghouse relief at the time the Estate was administered and may now apply for a refund of CAT paid.


For further information please visit our website at https://www.jgs.ie/ or call our office at 01-4540068


Author: John Gaynor
John Gaynor & Co Solicitors LLP
42-46 Thomas Street
Dublin 8.

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