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Thread: "Gardai aiding and abetting evictions" Gardai disgrace themselves again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr. Ted Crilly View Post
    A dissident shinner, was it?
    Yesterday's news, Dear, anything new to add?

    If the property belongs to the bank how come AGS have not removed the people in it for trespassing?
    Gardai have to be instructed by the court to remove the trespassers. This requires an injunction application by the bank along with an attachment and committal order. Gardai cannot just safe in at present

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr. Ted Crilly View Post
    Worse than that, a 'file' will magically appear in TUSLA making accusations of child rape etc, like in the Maurice McCabe case....
    Of course 'Middle Irelander's' accept this as a natural course of action.

    Any sign of Middle Ireland's FFG inquiry into who knew what about Bill 'The Child Rapist' Kenneally?
    Has Mehole being shouting from the rooftops demanding it?
    One of the surprises I got from the RTE documentary on Maurice McCabe was in relation to the original accusation of child abuse.
    The girl's father was also a serving guard. I thought the girl was a young teenager who got a placement as an intern in Bailieboro Garda Station. This is very common for the past 20 to 30 years. Its to give young people work experience in a station and was never controversial. I thought this girl alleged she was inappropriately approached my McCabe and that her claims were based on recent memory.

    In fact her claims were that she was on a stay over with McCabes children (as kids love doing). She was alleging an event when she was 5 or 6 years of age at least 8 years preciously. In times gone past such compliants would be shelved, but the law require it be notified t TUSLA (now run by Pat Rabbitt). Of course what ever hope there was of common sense with the Guards went out the window with Tusla. A crowd of pensil skirted you g women full of silly head shrinking education.

    What happened here was that some Judge recommended a second tier of investigation into child allegations and its very very dangerous. No one is safe from them as Maurice McCabe learned the hard way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muttsnuts View Post
    Gardai have to be instructed by the court to remove the trespassers. This requires an injunction application by the bank along with an attachment and committal order. Gardai cannot just safe in at present
    There is no law which says that if you own a property (the occupant has no swatters title and is not paying rent) you can't plough in and turf them out. You can and it is done regularly in flats when land lords change the locks when they get him out. Its messy, if the Guards are called, the occupant is the occupant and many laws include the occupant with the owner as legally responsible. The guards will not help and if there are allegations of assault, it could cause trouble.

    So you are correct , a court order is the way to go. Have you any opinion if the use of the high court to get rid of the eviction process altogether. ?

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    The rules of the superior courts provide for application to the High Court to eject occupants. From my memory, lawyers realized years ago that the circuit court process was too slow, too cumbersome and ended with a messy eviction. The clever ones went to the High Court which issued an order for service on Pal to get out by a certain date. If he did not oblige, a warrant was issued and he was brought before the court. He either gave an undertaking to leave or was jailed. There was no eviction.

    A Judge too issue at the replacement of the Circuit court by the High court as an abuse of process. I believe the High Court was a sop to the rich who could afford the higher cost of applying to the High Court, but uit did over burden the High court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valamhic View Post
    There is no law which says that if you own a property (the occupant has no swatters title and is not paying rent) you can't plough in and turf them out. You can and it is done regularly in flats when land lords change the locks when they get him out. Its messy, if the Guards are called, the occupant is the occupant and many laws include the occupant with the owner as legally responsible. The guards will not help and if there are allegations of assault, it could cause trouble.

    So you are correct , a court order is the way to go. Have you any opinion if the use of the high court to get rid of the eviction process altogether. ?
    In the case of landlords they can't just turf out tenants be they commercial or residential, even if they're not paying rent. There is the rtb process and circuit court ejectment proceedings for commercial leases that must be complied with.

    How does the high court remove the eviction process altogether? Evictions are inevitable in won't pay cases and those people are not just going to leave because a court order says so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valamhic View Post
    The rules of the superior courts provide for application to the High Court to eject occupants. From my memory, lawyers realized years ago that the circuit court process was too slow, too cumbersome and ended with a messy eviction. The clever ones went to the High Court which issued an order for service on Pal to get out by a certain date. If he did not oblige, a warrant was issued and he was brought before the court. He either gave an undertaking to leave or was jailed. There was no eviction.

    A Judge too issue at the replacement of the Circuit court by the High court as an abuse of process. I believe the High Court was a sop to the rich who could afford the higher cost of applying to the High Court, but uit did over burden the High court.
    The high court was used for the possession order process until a few years ago as the lists were getting too long. The process was transferred to the circuit court a few years ago. Not much to do with costs and more a resourcing issue. Even with the high court the process for eviction was broadly the same. References to being brought before the court and a warrant issuing is still the attachment and committal procedure

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    Poor 'Middle Ireland', being f**ked over by FFG's banker mates at will....

    Mortgage interest rates in Ireland are now the second highest in the Eurozone - Independent.ie

    No wonder people get into difficulty trying to pay back the loan sharks in AIB/BOI etc....

    All Hail The Bankers.
    All Hail The Bankers....

    LOL at dopey 'middle Irelander's'......good little serfs.
    Flushing Out The PS/CS Trolls and long term Doleboys...two sets of leeches on our society.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr. Ted Crilly View Post
    Poor 'Middle Ireland', being f**ked over by FFG's banker mates at will....

    Mortgage interest rates in Ireland are now the second highest in the Eurozone - Independent.ie

    No wonder people get into difficulty trying to pay back the loan sharks in AIB/BOI etc....

    All Hail The Bankers.
    All Hail The Bankers....

    LOL at dopey 'middle Irelander's'......good little serfs.
    Low reposession is the cause.

    Scum builders and tradesmen.
    We appreciate the move by the Government today and remind ourselves that it is a bail-out by taxpayers for the banks. Pearse Doherty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr. Ted Crilly View Post
    Poor 'Middle Ireland', being f**ked over by FFG's banker mates at will....

    Mortgage interest rates in Ireland are now the second highest in the Eurozone - Independent.ie

    No wonder people get into difficulty trying to pay back the loan sharks in AIB/BOI etc....

    All Hail The Bankers.
    All Hail The Bankers....

    LOL at dopey 'middle Irelander's'......good little serfs.
    Mmmm.....so what could we do about that I wonder?

    How about encouraging outside competitors to enter the local market and undercut the established uncompetitive mortgage providers.

    Not much chance of that when they see the shite KBC has been taking over trying to get debtors pay what they owe.

    Your post is economically illiterate.
    Is not this the great Babylon that I have built.....

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    Just heard that a guy has been arrested in Donegal in connection with this.

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