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Legal Protection Against Reprocessions now removed by Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013
The UK owned Royal Bank of Scotland in the form of its subsidiary Ulster Bank is about to attempt to evict no less than 4000 families - that is approximately 16,000 people from their own homes on the island of Ireland. Once this happens the other banks will join the fray.
Please alert everyone to this - mass resistance on a scale not seen for 100 years is now required to stop this - there is a decent chance that with mass resistance in Ireland then the Banksters can be stopped in their tracks worldwide.
Please spread this warning far and wide and rally support .
Particularly please lend support to the tireless campaigner Des Carty who has not only brought this vital warning to the people's attention but is helping to rally peaceful mass resistance to this bankster greed now unleashed yet again on the Irish people.
The Common Law Society has issued this statement on recent changes in the law around reprocessions and evictions.
Following the recent enactment of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013,
this will effectively remove the protection afforded to family homes by the Justice Elizabeth
Dunne's ruling Start Mortgages v. Gunn and subsequent rulings in EBS vs Gillespie & William
Moran  IEHC243 & Ors v. AIB Mortgage & Ors  IEHC322, that was previously
prevented the repossession of thousands and thousands of family homes throughout Ireland.
A source revealed yesterday that Ulster Bank are preparing to send out over 3000 Summonses
this coming weekend and another 1000+ summonses the following weekend and all the other
banks are likely to be primed follow suit.
The source revealed that a solicitors firm on Sir John Rogerson's Quay will be handling the
issuance of these summonses. We understand that they will be targeting family homes, that
had been protected by this legal lacuna. Given that the citizens of Ireland have propped up,
recapitalised and saved these criminal institutions from collapse, aided by the current and
previous government and their administration, how then can this be fair? No single banker
has been imprisoned for the negligent and clearly criminal behavior of the lending institutions.
People must not lose hope and surrender their homes.
There are many groups operating throughout the country, such as The Common Law Society
who operate not-for-profit in assisting home owners to legally protect their homes. People
must take action early to educate themselves, explore their options and learn how to prevent repossession.
The Common Law Society have been hugely successful in guiding, directing and educating people in keeping
their homes and businesses and have been a beacon of hope for the common Man and Woman (The People) in these dark times.
Please visit: www.thecommonlawsociety.com for more info.
The Common Law Society run Schools and Educational Seminars.
The next School will focus primarily on Law relating to Mortgages,
and the Process of the Courts. It is on Monday 12th. August 2013.
More information and Booking can be found here:
There is limited space available at this School, so please book early to avoid disappointment. In these times of "austerity",
if you cannot afford a legal team or to engage heavily with the legal profession ...
you will need to educate yourself properly to prepare for the biggest battle of your life ... The Common Law Society is a great place to start.
Contact: 086 2411 888 | firstname.lastname@example.org