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2015/04/18 07:49
2015/04/18 07:49
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Courts to get power to overrule banks under new Coalition arrears plan Government planning further measures to tackle worrying mortgage arrears crisis The Government has received tacit backing from...
2015/04/18 07:49
2015/04/18 07:49
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2015/04/15 01:41
2015/04/15 01:41
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Almost three quarters of people living in insolvency and who have used a personal practitioner to liaise with their creditors have managed to agree a settlement which could leave them debt free. The...
2015/04/14 23:51
2015/04/14 23:51
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Corked: Putting pension savings into fine plonk has its peril But not so now for David D, 64, whose initial flutter ballooned under pressure into a £30,000 investment that now risks going down the...
2015/04/09 09:13
2015/04/09 09:13
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Lawyers for around 50 ex-workers at the USC Dundonald warehouse will argue that Sports Direct and joint administrators Duff & Phelps and Gallaghers should have consulted with staff at least 30 days...
2015/04/08 17:53
2015/04/08 17:53
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Union leaders and politicians hailed the former Rover executive who had stepped in at the 11th hour to save his old employer. The champagne corks popped as the man of the moment promised to keep...
2015/04/08 00:49
2015/04/08 00:49
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State-run split mortgages urged by home loan body Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation calls for scheme to help borrowers in arrears Plan involves local authority supplements to prevent 25,000 home...
2015/04/07 08:23
2015/04/07 08:23
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Watchdog to tackle banks on debt deals By Niall O'Connor POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT – 07 April 2015 03:00 AM THE Government is close to finalising proposals for the establishment of a new watchdog which...
2015/04/07 07:41
2015/04/07 07:41
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A new watchdog, which will limit the ability of the banks to veto personal insolvency deals, is reported to be close to completion. According to the Irish Independent, the Government will unveil the...
2015/04/06 00:41
2015/04/06 00:41
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A cap on property tax is being considered by the Cabinet in a bid to head off a surge in charges, Tánaiste Joan Burton has revealed. The Labour leader said action was needed as significant property...
2015/04/05 20:49
2015/04/05 20:49
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Banks to have veto powers weakened as part of insolvency overhaul Economic Management Council understood to be pushing for revision to rules Brendan Howlin, Michael Noonan, Enda Kenny and Joan Burton...
2015/04/03 08:43
2015/04/03 08:43
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An investigation by the Insolvency Service found the company made ‘baseless claims that misled investors’. They made ‘a string of patently false claims as to the soundness both of the potential...
2015/03/27 06:53
2015/03/27 06:53
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A company director who ran up debts of more than £500,000 and hid money from creditors has been given a TEN-YEAR bankruptcy order. The Insolvency Service uncovered that Perdeep Kumar Bhatti owed...
2015/03/25 17:11
2015/03/25 17:11
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BANKRUPT: Ricky Burns , left, was forced to pay out £370,000 after his legal battle with promoter Frank Warren, right [GETTY/ACTION] The Scottish fighter declared himself bankrupt after a high stakes...
2015/03/25 12:40
2015/03/25 12:40
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THE Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has decided cease regulating solicitors who act as insolvency practitioners despite opposition from the profession. A consultation was held on SRA regulation...
2015/03/24 10:40
2015/03/24 10:40
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THE Insolvency Service has launched a call for evidence on how to address the inherent conflicts that exist within employment legislation and insolvency law after two influential groups of MPs...
2015/03/23 11:23
2015/03/23 11:23
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Labour to push for two-year reduction in bankruptcy term By Daniel McConnell Political Correspondent – 23 March 2015 03:00 AM Tanaiste Joan Burton and Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin are...
2015/03/22 08:08
2015/03/22 08:08
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Two brothers have been barred from being directors after their firm crashed owing more than £57million to the taxman. Stephen and Martin Melville were directors of Anderson Beckette ­Limited. It was...
2015/03/19 17:41
2015/03/19 17:41
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Thousands of people drowning in “unsustainable” mortgage debt could have their properties bought by the State and turned into local authority units in a bid to help them stay in their homes, under a...
2015/04/18 07:49
2015/04/18 07:49
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