This course focuses on the newest developments and challenges facing practitioners on both sides of the debt collection and repossession divide.
- Private debt collection proceedings and the difficulties presented by the summary process
- Defences to debt collection matters - particularly the developing jurisprudence regarding undue influence in the wake of Ulster Bank v Roche
- The different types of repossession proceedings -mortgages on commercial and principal private residences as well as judgment debtors and the well charging process
- The shifting landscape of jurisprudence as regards the Circuit Court and repossessions
- Practical difficulties faced in prosecuting and defending repossession proceedings in any Court
- The absent spouse as a problem in joint mortgages and how to address it
Duration & pricing:
- Net-Duration: 2 hours
This lecture is no longer available.
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