HSE has argued the care plan is clinically inappropriate and too expensive and wants the patient moved to a community nursing unit (CNU).

A High Court judge has urged the HSE to reconsider its refusal to fund a specially designed home care package to provide future care for a woman in a (...)

The High Court overruled the objections of Promontoria, owned by US private equity giant Cerberus, on Monday, approving a €75,000 write-down on the debts.

A “vulture fund” objected to a financial rescue plan for a heavily indebted Co Offaly firefighter, arguing that he could pay more off his mortgage fro(...)

Theresa Lowe and Frank McNamara are seeking to have almost €3 million of their total debts of €3.7 million written off, including the bulk of Tanager’s €2.2 million debt.  Photograph: Tom Honan

The judge was not happy. A “vulture fund” that had bought bad mortgages from banks questioned the legality around how a couple went about seeking a re(...)

 A file photograph of Theresa Lowe and Frank McNamara at the Launch of Senator Joan Freeman’s  presidential campaign. File photograph: Tom Honan/ The Irish Times.

Musician Frank McNamara and his wife, television presenter-turned-barrister Theresa Lowe, are seeking a debt write-down of nearly €3 million from the (...)

Mr Justice McDonald said he did not find credible the evidence of either Mr Ryan, who was also principal of the architects firm HKR Dublin, or Winthrop Engineering firm founder, Barry English

An architect and an engineer agreed a scheme to move shares in a firm worth $8 million (€7.1 million) when the architect got into financial trouble an(...)

Shaw develops accredited online courses such as photography, nutrition, marketing and technology. Photograph: iStock

A Dublin-based low-cost higher education provider will successfully exit examinership today having secured more than €7 million in new investment. Sh(...)

The case demonstrates the use of personal insolvency arrangements in family law case settlements. Photograph: iStock

A separated Limerick couple had almost €3 million worth of debt written off for a payment of €2,000 in a personal insolvency arrangement signed off by(...)

Personal loans of €2.65 million owing by the 65-year-old woman to consumer lender Cabot Financial are being written off in exchange for a once-off payment of €1,432. Photograph: iStock

A Co Longford woman had €3 million worth of debt written off for a payment of €1,600 as part of a personal insolvency arrangement approved by the High(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin

A financial fund is objecting to a proposed personal insolvency arrangement under which a businessman would secure a €70m write-off of debt. Conor Cla(...)

While the bank also complained the personal insolvency  arrangement is envisaged to continue until the man is 70, many people, including judges, do not retire until they are aged 70,  Mr Justice Denis McDonald said.

A High Court judge has dismissed a bank’s objections to a personal insolvency arrangement under which a man sought to stay in the home he jointly owns(...)

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