Republic of Ireland Law
Republic of Ireland Law Questions Answered by Experts
1. It is lawful to record your own conversations with a third party such as a landlord. You don't have to tell the third party, such as the landlord that you are recording the conversation. You can then rely upon this recording in court if you wish as it is lawfully obtained evidence. So, if you wish to adduce the recording before the PRTB, you can do so, to prove what the landlord did in fact say at the time you spoke.
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