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The pharmacy sector has undergone considerable change in recent years, starting with the enactment of the Pharmacy Act in 2007. A common complaint is that pharmacists have come under increased pressure as a result of these regulatory changes and that greater administrative burdens have been imposed, for example in processing their claims under the various community drugs schemes operated by the State.
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The Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act, 2010 (“the Act”) was introduced into law on 01/01/2011. It brought into Irish law the concept of civil partnerships for same sex couples as well as certain rights for cohabiting couples.
Duncan Grehan&Partners have recently been selected to contribute to a survey carried out in all EU Member States to ascertain the practicability of the regulation 805/2004/EC.
In recent times the closure of businesses has unfortunately, become common due to trading difficulties.