Registrar Honohan has been removed from debt cases

Discussion in 'Mortgage arrears & negative equity case studies' started by Brendan Burgess, 24 Jan 2019.

  1. Dazzler123

    Dazzler123 Registered User

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    The date when the tracker should have been offered or taken up is the operative date for the statute of limitations
     
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  2. RedOnion

    RedOnion Frequent Poster

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    Sorry, of course you are correct. I was thinking of a different scenario when I posted above.
     
  3. Delboy

    Delboy Frequent Poster

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    'Court president should explain why he took debt cases from me' - says Master of High Court
    https://www.independent.ie/irish-ne...om-me-says-master-of-high-court-37798262.html
    Looks like they might have to fire him because he's not going to stay quiet in the role no matter how much they kick him
     
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  4. NoRegretsCoyote

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    If I read the Court Officers Act 1926 right then he can only be removed by the Government with the agreement of the Chief Justice and the President of the High Court.

    I doubt that is likely.