Judge claims procedural law is outdated

The recent economic crisis was a driver for change in Irish enforcement law, particularly in the area of bankruptcy and insolvency, according to a Supreme Court judge.

15th April, 2015

Mr Justice Frank Clarke said in an interview with The Sunday Business Post that enforcement law for bankruptcy and insolvency, both corporate and personal, had been stress tested during the recession.

“I think some areas were stress tested during the recession because maybe things that hadn’t been tried too much in the past for a long time were being tried again,” said Judge Clarke.

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