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Supreme Court Gives Helpful Guidance on Aspects of Lodgment Procedure

Ireland - March 13 2018 A recent judgment of the Supreme Court has recognised that there are certain difficulties in the operation of the lodgment procedure under order 22...

David Hurley.

Guarantee Cap Irrelevant to Award of Courts Act Interest

Ireland - March 8 2018 In a recent judgment, the Supreme Court has held that the fact that a guarantor’s liability was capped had no legal bearing on the application of s22...

Lisa Smyth.

Can a Receiver be Appointed to a Debtor’s Future Receipts?

Ireland - February 23 2018 The Court of Appeal has decided an important question affecting choices around methods of debt enforcement. In ACC Loan Management v Rickard, it...

Lisa Smyth.

When Can You Enter a Conditional Appearance?

Ireland - February 16 2018 A recent High Court judgment emphasises that a conditional appearance to proceedings in Ireland is only available in limited circumstances - when the...

Megan Hooper.

Normal Rule on Costs Disapplied Against Regulator

Ireland - January 16 2018 The High Court has held that given the public interest in the exercise by a regulator of its regulatory function, absent malicious intent, dishonesty...

Megan Hooper.