Families face eviction as vultures swoop on homes and firms

200 families in Dublin face imminent eviction; AIB takes more than 250 cases against borrowers

13th March, 2016
60 families in the Cruise Park area of Tyrrelstown have already received notices to quit their rented homes by Twinlite

The human cost of the vast transfer of loans to so-called vulture funds is emerging, with new revelations this weekend that 200 families now face imminent eviction from a Dublin housing estate, and startling new data showing the scale of litigation against businesses and borrowers.

With private equity giants preparing for further repossessions and foreclosures, the issue is now becoming increasingly political. Fianna Fáil is this weekend saying the issue should be at the top of...

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