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The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the Irish economy might push many of those on restructuring arrangements back into default. Photograph:  Rui Vieira/PA

Repossessing a house in Ireland is not an easy thing to do. Banks and other lenders have to jump through many hoops before any judge will let them sei(...)

Radio presenter Neil Prendeville pictured leaving the studios of 96Fm following his return on the airwaves  with congratulatory flowers from supporting listeners. File photograph: Daragh Mc sweeney/Provision

Cork radio presenter Neil Prendeville and David Hall’s ambulance company, Lifeline, are included in the latest list of tax defaulters. Mr Prendeville(...)

 Former Console Boss Paul Kelly who has died.  Photograph: Collins

The former chief executive of the suicide prevention charity Console, Paul Kelly, has died. Mr Kelly was found dead in his home in Alexander Manor, (...)

The deal sets out the rules of engagement between banks or funds and Mabs, when they are representing borrowers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

New rules on how to resolve mortgage disputes have been agreed by the State-backed Money Advice and Budgeting Service (Mabs) and the Banking and Payme(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland, North Wall Quay. The bank has told lenders to stop adding legal costs to the outstanding bill of customers who are already in arrears. Photograph: Alan Betson

David Hall put it succinctly: “When someone is drowning, you don’t pour more water in on top of them.” The mortgage arrears activist was referring t(...)

Ulster Bank said it was ‘experiencing delays’ applying credits to some customers’ accounts.

Tens of thousands of people suffered delays to their pay and social welfare payments on Friday due a glitch with Ulster Bank’s credit system, although(...)

Many of the borrowers earmarked for inclusion in Project Birch have paid little or nothing towards their debts for long periods. Photograph by Cyril Byrne

Majority State-owned AIB is preparing to offload thousands of distressed mortgages secured on family homes, a politically contentious step which the (...)

Some 1,422 of the loans are secured on private homes, while 510 are tied to buy-to-let properties. Photograph: Alan Betson

A vulture fund that is buying almost 2,000 mortgages from Permanent TSB will repossess most of the homes involved, one activist warns. Majority State(...)

Latest Central Bank numbers show lenders were in possession of 1,407 principal dwelling houses at the end of June 2019. Photograph: iStock

House repossessions jumped by almost 75 per cent in the second quarter of 2019, according to figures from the Central Bank. The figures show a total (...)

The Department of Justice and Equality unit that operates the Immigrant Investor Programme says charities have been asked to make payments to secure donations of €500,000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Charities have been asked to pay agents thousands to secure donations of €500,000 from foreign multimillionaires seeking Irish residency, as part of a(...)

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