It was disclosed last Thursday in Roscommon Circuit Court that Permanent TSB have settled a case with a customer who was negatively affected by the bank’s handling of their mortgage in relation to tracker interest rates. Maria Page took a case against Permanent TSB two years ago, after receiving a letter from the bank in.
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Earlier this week, Ireland’s five primary mortgage lenders; AIB, Ulster Bank, Bank of Ireland, Permanent TSB and KBC Bank Ireland, released statements to outline their plans for compensating customers affected by the tracker mortgage controversy and detailed the measures that they will be implementing to prevent similar scenarios from occurring in the future. These statements.
A man who was left brain damaged after being struck with a hammer when he clamped a car in a Dublin city car park has settled a High Court action against his employer, Nationwide Controlled Parking Systems for €2 million. Mr Justice Kevin Cross described the attack on the plaintiff, Mr. Gheorghe Pista as “appalling.