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"Banking update 2015: Prosecuting and defending mortgage proceedings"
Date, Time and Venue

Date: Thursday 16th July, 2015

Time: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Venue: Clarion Hotel, Cork

Cost: €99

About this Seminar

Over the past few years, loan enforcement has generated more case law than any other area of law. In this seminar, we talk about the most significant cases from the Superior Courts, latest legislative developments and compliance with the central bank’s codes of conduct. This seminar provides the very latest information concerning mortgages and will be of great interest to any person advising financial institutions, state bodies and borrowers of all descriptions.  

The aim of this seminar is to update practitioners on the latest developments in the area of loan enforcement. Discussion focuses on the best advice to both lenders and borrowers, including both residential and corporate borrowers, in the event of default. We also consider the position of other affected parties, such as guarantors and the tenants of residential properties which are being repossessed. Since we discuss latest developments, the content is not available in law books! As always, we provide delegates with up-to-date notes.

Who should attend?
  • Solicitors and barristers.
  • PIPs and AIs
  • Insolvency practitioners.
  • Accountants.
  • Company directors.
  • Secured and unsecured creditors.  
  • Borrowers and guarantors.
  • Debt recovery specialists.
  • Anyone with an interest in banking law.


Topics Covered

Below are some of the key topics discussed in this seminar:

  • What are “mortgage proceedings”?
  • Obtaining judgment
  • Prosecuting and Defending mortgage proceedings
  • Summary proceedings for judgment.
  • Possession proceedings
  • Judgment Mortgages
  • Making complaints to the Financial Services Ombudsman
  • Receivers: appointment, powers and duties
  • Set-offs and liens
  • Codes of Conduct affecting mortgages
  • MARP: what is it and how do I implement it?
  • Guarantees: banks versus guarantors.
  • How are mortgages affected by:  bankruptcy, PIAs, DSAs, liquidation, examinership?
  • The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Acts 2009-2013: essential provisions for banks and borrowers
  • Recent decisions of the Superior Court, including developments in 2015.
  • And more...

The material for this seminar includes detailed notes.

About the Presenter
This seminar is presented by Mr Mahmud Samad BL. Mahmud is a practising barrister and expert in company and insolvency law. Click here to view Mahmud's full profile.
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