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The Future of Bankruptcy in Ireland

While the Law Reform Commission (LRC) of Ireland did not draft new legislation reforming the Bankruptcy Act 1988 it did include an appendix to its most recent and final report on personal insolvency, published in December 2010, outlining what it … Continue reading

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Will New Irish Government Tackle Personal Debt Law?

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

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Personal Debt – An Irish Debt Solution

The Green Party, who are in coalition government with Fianna Fail, are obviously keen to leave a legacy of getting significant insolvency legislation enacted before they depart government, now projected to be early in 2011. The Law Reform Commission (LRC) … Continue reading

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Irish people in debt will not face jail

The Law Reform Commission (LRC) of Ireland has just published its final report on personal debt in Ireland and in the dying days of the Fianna Fail – Greens coalition government, it includes a Draft Personal Insolvency Bill 2010 which … Continue reading

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