Tag Archives: Debt Enforcement
What Irish Government Minister will Champion the Indebted Masses?
Just eight months in power now, the new Irish government, comprising a coalition of the Fine Gael and Labour parties, has begun to make noises about the personal debt elephant in the room. Were it not for the EU-IMF demand … Continue reading
Challenging the Irish Insolvency Law
A challenge to Ireland’s arcane bankruptcy laws may be made to the High Court within weeks, according to a recent report in The Sunday Independent by Maeve Sheehan. This is an interesting development if a challenge is made on the … Continue reading
Euro 50,000 Minimum Level of Debt for Bankruptcy in Ireland
If and when the new Irish government – widely expected to be a coalition of the Fine Gael and Labour parties – decides to reform the Bankruptcy Act 1988, one of the key matters to consider is what the appropriate … Continue reading