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Cura restructuring sees services focused through Galway and three other centres

In response to changing trends in access to, and in the take-up of services, Cura Crisis Pregnancy Support Services has announced the restructuring of its services designed to continue to meet the contemporary needs of clients, while maintaining Cura’s caring, compassionate and professional approach. This will see all services now based at four centres nationwide, including one in Galway.

FLAC reaction to court review of insolvency arrangements

Legal rights group FLAC (Free Legal Advice Centres) say new provisions for independent oversight of personal insolvency arrangements are a welcome first step towards adjusting the imbalance between those who are in serious mortgage debt and their creditors.

Community leaders invited to Insolvency Service meeting

A town hall-type briefing will be held by Insolvency Service of Ireland’s (ISI) in the Hodson Bay Hotel tonight, Thursday November 13 from 7pm.

Debt seminar coming to Ballina

New Beginning, a group who work on behalf of people struggling with unmanageable debt, is bringing its free, national seminar tour to Hotel Ballina on Wednesday at 7.30 pm.

New insolvency service to benefit indebted Galwegians says Kyne

The Insolvency Service of Ireland “is a pivotal step” in tackling mortgage arrears and debt crisis, and, more locally, “will provide a way forward” for Galwegians struggling with over-indebtedness.

Lands used to access Royal Theatre are not owned by the receivers court hears

At Castlebar District Court this week it was heard that a section of land which is adjacent to the Royal Theatre, which is used by patrons to access the hotel, is in fact in private ownership and was never owned by Diorama Ltd—the director of which is Pat Jennings—which have been taken over by receivers. It was found that this piece of land is not therefore in control of the receivers.

TF licensing applications adjourned until after Commercial Court decision

Licensing applications before Castlebar District Court in relation to the TF Royal Hotel and Theatre, which went into receivership in May, were adjourned by Judge Mary Devins pending a High Court Commercial Court decision.

Employment law

I read recent media reports about an insolvent business which closed, leaving its employees short on wages. I fear that I may be in a similar situation shortly as my employer’s business is very weak at present. My colleagues and I are owed several weeks wages and I am concerned that my employer will simply be unable to pay my colleagues and I what we are owed. Is it true that a Government-backed fund exists which would come to my aid if my employer closes leaving me short on wages?

Distressed mortgage holders offered lifeline by new Insolvency Bill — Mulherin

Fine Gael Mayo TD, Michelle Mulherin, has said the Personal Insolvency Bill published last week will give a vital lifeline to distressed mortgage holders and those overwhelmed by personal debts. The Heads of the Bill was published by Ministers Alan Shatter and Michael Noonan this week, and it is hoped it can be published in its legislative form by the end of April.

Lifeline for distressed mortgage holders

The Personal Insolvency Bill – published this week – will offer a lifeline to distressed mortgage holders and those overwhelmed by personal debt, Kilkenny Fine Gael TD John Paul Phelan has said.

 

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