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DONEGAL REGISTRAR FORCED TO ADJOURN REPOSSESSION CASES BECAUSE OF MASSIVE BACKLOG

DONEGAL REGISTRAR FORCED TO ADJOURN REPOSSESSION CASES BECAUSE OF MASSIVE BACKLOG

first_imgThe Donegal County Registrar has been forced to adjourn dozens of repossession cases because of the backlog of applications.There were scores of applications to have homes repossessed due to have been heard today.A total of 271 cases were today listed for hearing at the registrar’s court in Letterkenny.But after taking more than two hours just to go through the list, 189 of these cases were adjourned to court sittings in June, July and September. The other 82 cases were listed as ready to go ahead.However Registrar Geraldine O’Connor only managed to get through a small number of the cases despite sitting after normal sitting hours of the court.Among the cases heard, Ms O’Connor refused to grant repossession of a family home in north Donegal as an up to date statement of arrears to Ulster Bank was not available to the court.She did grant the repossession of a site near Culdaff which has a caravan there. No figures were given on the arrears in the case but a solicitor for Ulster Bank said the motion had been served on the mortgage holder in England. No payments had been made since 2009.Registrar O’Connor refused repossession in another case because the statement of arrears was not up to date.In another case Kieran O’Gorman, solicitor, asked for an adjournment in one case involving a couple with six children saying they had been trying to engage with the bank.But solicitor Niall Sheridan, for EBS, said his instructions were there had been no constructive engagement.The last payment made, he said, was €100 on February 4, but that arrears for this year alone was more than €2,000. Another €13,000 was outstanding, he said. Mr O’Gorman said the case should not go ahead.“This couple have done their very best,” he said.The Registrar adjourned the case until July to allow the couple time to file a returning affidavit.Earlier the Registrar took more than two hours just going through the motions list. She said the hearings are already full in March and April and adjourned other cases yesterday to July and September.Mr O’Gorman told the court: “That’s just the start of it; I understand there are another two to three hundred cases coming down the line.”The cases listed today included 79 for the Permanent TSB, 33 for Ulster Bank, 54 for EBS, 26 for AIB, 13 for Bank of Ireland, 5 for Bank of Scotland, 12 for Springboard, 17 for KBC, 2 for Haven and 4 for ICS.DONEGAL REGISTRAR FORCED TO ADJOURN REPOSSESSION CASES BECAUSE OF MASSIVE BACKLOG was last modified: February 17th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:courtdonegalhousesrepossessionlast_img read more