Master Edmund Honohan decided on Tuesday that a woman, who claims a loan was intended for her father but was advanced to her to "bypass" AIB's normal financial guidelines, is entitled to a full hearing
Tue, 26 Nov, 2019
WHEN Fianna Fáil set up Nama in 2009, it was a painful but necessary response to Ireland’s financial crisis, notwithstanding the fact that the party bore major responsibility for the economic meltdown in the first place.
Thu, 20 Apr, 2017
Environment Minister Alan Kelly is facing fresh calls to publish the legal advice he says prevented him from adopting tough measures on the housing crisis, after experts challenged his claim such action would breach the Constitution.
Wed, 13 Apr, 2016
The Master of the High Court warned "fast-track" procedures under which banks get final-money judgments solely on a judge’s view of the credibility of any sworn written defence, may breach the entitlements of defendants under the European Convention on Human Rights.
Sat, 10 May, 2014
PRESSURE on the Government to draft laws allowing some debt forgiveness for struggling homeowners and others facing crippling debts has mounted after the Master of the High Court said repossessions were causing untold social harm, including suicides.
Thu, 12 May, 2011
THERE can be few situations more distressing than the prospect of losing your home. Being turned out on the side of the road, put out of the house where you and your partner planned to build your family’s future might unnerve the best of us.
Fri, 01 Jan, 2010
THE High Court yesterday adjourned for three weeks an application for discovery of documents in an action for libel brought by Wayne O’Donoghue, the 23-year-old engineering student who was convicted of the manslaughter of Midleton schoolboy Robert Holohan.
Wed, 16 Jan, 2008