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Statutory Declaration by Jerry Beades Statement of Facts

This Declaration of Fact has been forwarded to the Taoiseach and selected members of Dáil Éireann as well as to the Courts and the National Media (incl a variety of Social Media sites).
For further information or comment contact:
JERRY BEADES
Spokesperson | New Land League
(m) +353 87 2559221
 
DECLERATION OF FACT regarding the failings of High Court Judge Brian McGovern & Other Judicial Appointees

I Jerry Beades P.C. do solemnly and sincerely declare that this Statement of Fact is made from my own experiences of the Irish Court system I am also spokesperson of the new land League which has been involved in supporting families to stay in their homes and on family farms.

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Banks attempt to repossess 7,000-plus homes
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Banks attempt to repossess 7,000-plus homes

Mortgage holders’ spokesman warns that repossessions will reach 25,000 this year

David Hall, of the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Association: “The banks can get a rental income from the buy-to-lets whereas with a family home they want the residents out so they can sell it.” Photograph: The Irish Times

David Hall, of the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Association: “The banks can get a rental income from the buy-to-lets whereas with a family home they want the residents out so they can sell it.” Photograph: The Irish Times

Banks are seeking to repossess more than 7,000 homes across the State, according to latest figures from the Courts Service.

Data released to The Irish Times by the courts service indicates that, as of January 1st, some 7,101 civil bills for repossession had been lodged by the banks across the State’s 26 circuit courts.

The largest volume, 1,420, are lodged in Dublin Circuit Court, followed by 564 in Meath, 543 in Cork Circuit Court and 412 in Galway. The next-highest number, 405, are active in Co Kildare, underlining increasing distress among mortgage holders in the commuter counties around Dublin. In Wicklow there are 255 active bills for repossession lodged by banks.

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'We didn't know that our parents were billionaires...'
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'We didn't know that our parents were billionaires...'

In their first-ever interview, siblings Blake and Blaise O'Donnell tell Maeve Sheehan why they won't give up

Blake (31), looks drained and exhausted. He spent most of the week working late and rising early, traipsing in and out of the High Court with his father.

Blaise (27), is apprehensive. Like her brother, she's never done an interview before and she's anxious that she gets her message across.

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