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    Ardillaun Ardillaun is online now

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    Now, as you all know, I'm as big-hearted as the next lad. This headline sounded like a happy story:

    Planned eviction of couple and two children from five-bed home postponed at last-minute - Independent.ie

    So far so good. I like happy stories. Family home saved. But then I make the elementary mistake of reading the article and spraying my cornflakes hither and yon:

    The court heard that the couple borrowed €2,839,000 from the bank in November 2006 and the debt had been secured by mortgage over their principal private residence in Dunnstown.

    Judge Haughton, in sworn affidavits from the bank, was told that the couple had defaulted on repayments and now owed the bank €3,165,479 which included arrears of €1.307,000. The last payment on the mortgage had been €2,200 in June 2010.
    Geezerdom has its benefits. I now realize it's the same case I got enraged about a few weeks ago. Still, I think it's worth two tantrums - how could anybody go in with a straight face to court and demand they stay another few years free of charge?
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    Judges are the soul of our legal system, and that is why Seanie is Innocent, the banks are free to harass and extort from families and are immune to supervision.

    A touch of Lenin needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HanleyS View Post
    Central Bank Compendium of Economic Statistics 2008:
    Mortgage Debt stands at EUR 33,447 per capita.
    Population of 4,422,000.
    Total Mortgage Debt of EUR 147,902,634,000 for 2008.
    Does Taxi Driver or Samson have more up to date figures ?
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    Businessman and anti-eviction activist Jerry Beades has not made repayments on €2m worth of mortgages on two properties in Dublin for a decade, the High Court has been told.

    IT today.

    You have to laugh at the neck of the *************************
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer View Post
    Businessman and anti-eviction activist Jerry Beades has not made repayments on €2m worth of mortgages on two properties in Dublin for a decade, the High Court has been told.

    IT today.

    You have to laugh at the neck of the *************************
    His concrete business should be doing well again.

    Why can't he make payments?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer View Post
    Businessman and anti-eviction activist Jerry Beades has not made repayments on €2m worth of mortgages on two properties in Dublin for a decade, the High Court has been told.

    IT today.

    You have to laugh at the neck of the *************************
    Remember thinking when he set up his little lobby/interest group if he had an ulterior motive, laughably he seems to have been caring towards mortgage holders because he wanted to hold onto his own investments without paying for them.
    Why am I not surprised this self serving toad is a FFer?
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