Tag Archives: Irish Bankruptcy law
Time and money are two key resources in any successful business. They encompass and conjure up ideas of costs, budgets, productivity, deadlines, profitability investment and so on. The list is endless. The analogy with bankruptcy or rather the legislation dealing … Continue reading
A creditor may seek a judgment against a debtor in an Irish court for non-payment of a debt when such payment is overdue. Where such a judgment is awarded, interest is automatically applied at the statutory rate of 8%.
It will fall to the new Irish government – widely expected to be a coalition of the Fine Gael and Labour parties – to enact new personal insolvency legislation in Ireland. The Green party has been credited with recognition of … Continue reading