Money judgments, originally granted in either the District, Circuit, or High Courts that have subsequently been registered at the Four Courts by Memorandum of registration of judgment.
Satisfied money judgments, originally granted in either the District, Circuit, or High Courts that have subsequently been satisfied by Memorandum of satisfaction of judgment.
Money judgments, originally granted in either the District or Circuit. The Irish Court Services barred the collection of the unregistered judgments in 2011. We still retain all unregistered judgments on our database from 2000 to 2010.
You are automatically discharged from bankruptcy 1 year (formerly 3 years) after the order of adjudication. Your name will remain on the register as a discharged bankrupt. If there is an Income Payment Agreement or an Income Payment Order in place, you will still have to comply with it until it expires. These arrangements can last up to 3 years (formerly 5 years).
The Irish Revenue Commissioners regularly publish its defaulters list each quarter that showcase business and individuals who are listed as having imposed a penalty, fine, imprisonment or other penalty in respect of a tax or duty offence.
When the Revenue Commissioners publish a case, it means that the individual or business’ liability is over the ‘publication limit’.
Debt Relief Notice
The Debt Relief Notice is designed for people who have very low disposable income or assets. It allows for the write-off of qualifying debt up to €20,000, subject to a 3-year supervision period.
Debt Settlement Arrangement
The Debt Settlement Arrangement applies to the agreed settlement of unsecured debts, usually over a period of 5 years. The limit of 5 years can increase to 6 years in some situations. When the DSA concludes successfully, the debts that it covers will be fully discharged and the debtor will be solvent again.
Personal Insolvency Agreement
The Personal Insolvency Arrangement applies to the agreed settlement and/or restructuring of secured debts up to a total of €3 million (as well as unsecured debts) over a period of 6 years. The cap of €3 million can be increased by agreement with your secured creditors and the limit of 6 years can increase to 7 years in some situations.
While directors may be disqualified by the court on a number of grounds following an Order of Disqualification (failure to comply with the Companies Acts, incompetence/irresponsibility, lack of commercial probity and standards), the vast amount of individuals disqualified from becoming a company director are due to some crime that has nothing to do with running a company but that automatically adds them to the disqualified list because of the nature of the crime (Section 160 of the Companies Acts, 1990 provides that a director may automatically be disqualified if found guilty of any indictable offence).
Restricted directors are usually guilty of some kind of offence directly related to the Companies Act – perhaps misrepresenting something in the company accounts or continuing to trade while insolvent or some other corporate misdemeanour.
Know Your Lawyer
The Law Society of Ireland publish findings of their Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal each month, which StubbsGazette process.
The findings are categorised as follows:
- Solicitors Name
- Address & Practice
- Admonished Date
- Censured Date
- Disqualified Date
- Supervision Date
- Period Date
- Cost Date
- Range Fine
The Residency Tenancy Board publishes details of tenants who have breached the terms and conditions of their lease including, non-payment of rent, over holding and damages to property.