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Bankruptcy law changes are needed soon

For someone struggling in the ‘lobster pot’ of Irish bankruptcy, it can be very hard to get out, and the government needs to look at this area urgently, writes Bill Holohan

19th March, 2011

For someone struggling in the ‘lobster pot’ of Irish bankruptcy, it can be very hard to get out, and the government needs to look at this area urgently, writes Bill Holohan

Frank McCourt famously said that, when it came to miserable childhoods, top of the scale was a miserable Limerick childhood. Similarly, when it comes to describing comparative bankruptcies, an Irish bankruptcy could be the most miserable of all.

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