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Financing A More Sustainable Future - Part II – Tailoring Loan Agreements
As discussed in our January 2019 briefing, there has been growing awareness of the importance of sustainable finance as part of a multipronged approach to tackling climate change.
Ireland
23 Apr 2019
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Guidance Issued By The Central Bank Of Ireland In January 2019 Provides Helpful Elucidation Of Elements Of The Credit Reporting Act 2013
As discussed in our legal briefings in February 2018 and May 2018, the Central Credit Register (the "CCR") was established to develop a "single borrower view" of a borrower's total credit exposure.
Ireland
8 Apr 2019
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Enforcing Security Without A Letter Of Demand – Ffrench O'Carroll v. Permanent TSB PLC And Others
A recent High Court judgement delivered by Ms. Justice Ní Faifeartaigh considered the question as to whether a lending bank had a contractual right to appoint a receiver over secured property without prior demand...
Ireland
11 Mar 2019
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Concurrent Wrongdoers And The Civil Liability Act – Defender v HSBC
A recent High Court judgement delivered by Mr Justice Michael Twomey analysed the link between blameworthiness and causation in ascertaining the impact of the Civil Liability Act 1961 (the "CLA")
Ireland
1 Mar 2019
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Financing A More Sustainable Future
Sustainable finance is the provision of finance to investments taking into account environmental, social and governance considerationsi.
European Union
23 Jan 2019
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Central Credit Register - Update (May 2018)
In our February briefing, we considered the Credit Report Act 2013 (the "Act") and in particular the commencement of Phase Two credit reporting by lenders.
Ireland
4 May 2018
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The Application Of The Equitable Doctrine Of Consolidation - AIB Mortgage Bank V O'Toole
The doctrine of consolidation generally applies where a borrower has mortgaged separate properties to secure separate debts owed to the same lender.
Ireland
1 May 2018
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After Acquired Property: Chargee's Position
The question of whether a lender can enforce a fixed charge security in respect of after acquired property has been addressed in the case of Anglo Irish Bank Corporation Limited...
Ireland
15 Mar 2018
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Central Credit Register: Phase Two - Preparation For Reporting On Business Loans
From 31 March 2018, lenders, both regulated and unregulated, are obliged to collect and report information in relation to credit advanced to non-consumer borrowers ...
Ireland
16 Feb 2018
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Welcome Clarity On Receiver Appointments – Woods v Ulster Bank Ireland Limited, Meagher And Trueick [2017] IEHC 155
Woods v Ulster Bank Ireland Limited, Meagher and Trueick has provided some welcome clarity around issues relating to the appointment of a receiver by lenders.
Ireland
24 May 2017
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