GHH 64

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Sunday 27th October 2013


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GHH 64

9:47 AM, 14th August 2015, About 6 years ago

Bank of Ireland increase differential on tracker rates

If I can pick up on Paul's comment above & it is something I referred too in a previous post Almost a matter of course the same solicitors acted on both sides of BOI mortgage transactions. To the best of my knowledge in the case of problem mortgages in NI the bank through its own litigation solicitors has been quite active, aggressive even in pursuing other local solicitors in relation to these... Read More

GHH 64

23:42 PM, 11th August 2015, About 6 years ago

Bank of Ireland increase differential on tracker rates

It might be worth contemplating the position of solicitors who may have missed the bank error in wording highlighted in the Simon Pugh case especially if those solicitors also acted on behalf of the bank as well as the purchaser which might well be the case............... Read More

GHH 64

21:26 PM, 29th March 2015, About 7 years ago

Bank of Ireland increase differential on tracker rates

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/financial-services/laffoy-comments-may-affect-bosi-distressed-mortgages-1.2157618

Thought this might be fascinating given the various changes of brands /ownership etc affecting BOI /B&W mortgages - who actually is the holder of registered charges on properties. One for Cotswold I think.......... Read More

GHH 64

19:34 PM, 26th March 2015, About 7 years ago

Bank of Ireland increase differential on tracker rates

I note comments in Irish Times about BOI considering 'bolt on' acquisitions in UK so worth watching for opportunities to embarrass them via social media etc.

Also Black Panther has mentioned the Millar case in Republic of Ireland. There have been other judgments there against various banks which might be useful.

Can I also remind all that BOI only incorporated in the UK in the last few years, prior to that - and at the time when all these mortgage contracts were issued - the primary regulators were the Irish authorities - anyone though about pursuing them??

I distinguish between regulators & consumer protectionists which is what FOS is meant to be... Read More

GHH 64

18:44 PM, 19th August 2014, About 7 years ago

Bank of Ireland increase differential on tracker rates

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-28842534

Thought this link might be of interest -refers specifically to Halifax/BOS but there might be something in it of interest to others

Case was heard in the courts in Belfast but I suspect the principles would be arguable UK wide in relation to arrears etc... Read More