A Constitutional Challenge Darcy -v- Minister of Justice & Attorney General

A Constitutional Challenge Darcy -v- Minister of Justice & Attorney General

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By RIGHT2HOMES 

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Right2Homes is currently supporting a Constitutional Challenge Darcy -v- Minister of Justice & Attorney General (Supreme Court Record No. 2014/755P); lodged in the Court of Appeal on June 5th 2015. Challenging the retroactive nature of the Land & Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013, enacted hastily by Government to circumvent the Justice Dunne ruling of 2009 which prevented banks from seeking repossession of family homes.

The Challenge process will force the Courts to take account of the unconstitutional aspects of the 2013 Act and assist with demands that they refrain from granting Possession Orders to banks until such time as this matter is finally determined in the Supreme Court. The action will highlight the unfairness and inequality of the processes currently being adopted in favour of bailed-out financial institutions at the expense of tens of thousands of distressed family homeowners.

The consequence of such a victory will stymie possession of all Family homes and or all properties where the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013 is relied upon throughout this state, THIS IS THE ONLY CHALLENGE OF ITS KIND , SUPPORTING THIS CHALLENGE SUPPORTS EVERY FAMILY IN DISTRESS ACROSS IRELAND, In supporting this you are supporting yourself, your family, your neighbour and every mother in Ireland who finds themselves part of this atrocity, PLEASE ,PLEASE DONATE,


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2 Comments

  • Posted July 9, 2015

    David shaw

    How can this be a supreme Court challenge if you just lodged it in the appeals court. Why is the case number a high court case number if its a supreme Court case. Why does the court search page say the case was stuck out.

  • Posted July 10, 2015

    admin

    David all Constitutional challenges must go trough the High Court in order for the state to review it, The reason you see a case been struck out is due to the Fact the state tried to have it Struck out but it was their challenge that was Struck out the Constitutional challenges is still very much going ahead.

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