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Relate – February 2016 Issue

Relate, the journal on developments in social services, policy and legislation in Ireland, is published by the Citizens Information Board. The February issue of Relate provides an overview of things people may need to know if they are planning to get married, including: notification requirements, types of legal ceremony and registration of the marriage. 

If you would like to receive Relate by email you can subscribe by sending an email with the subject line SUBSCRIBE to relate@ciboard.ie including your name. 

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Relate – December Issue

Relate, the journal on developments in social services, policy and legislation in Ireland, is published by the Citizens Information Board. The December Issue of Relate provides an overview of things you may need to know after a bereavement, including arranging the funeral, accessing money, claiming social welfare payments and administering the deceased person’s estate.

 

If you would like to receive Relate by email you can subscribe by sending an email with the subject line SUBSCRIBE to relate@ciboard.ie including your name.

 

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LO_CALL: 1890 777 121 Open Mon to Fri, 9am to 9pm.

 

DROP IN: For your local centre see Golden Pages listing.

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Relate

Relate, the journal on developments in social services, policy and legislation in Ireland, is published by the Citizens Information Board. The July issue provides details of the new Consumer Rights Bill. It outlines current consumer rights and how they may change if this proposed legislation is enacted.

If you would like to receive Relate by email you can subscribe by sending an email with the subject line SUBSCRIBE to relate@ciboard.ie including your name.

LOG ON: www.citizensinformation.ie

LO_CALL: 1890 777 121 Open Mon to Fri, 9am to 9pm.

DROP IN: For your local centre see Golden Pages listing.

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