Solicitors probe unusual lending practices

A prominent group of Dublin solicitors has started an examination into difficulties in dealing with financial institutions on mortgage transactions, with solicitors claiming that the issues are stifling lending activity.

18th July, 2009

A prominent group of Dublin solicitors has started an examination into difficulties in dealing with financial institutions on mortgage transactions, with solicitors claiming that the issues are stifling lending activity.

The conveyancing committee of the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association has received a number of queries from solicitors who have encountered difficulties and unusual practices when dealing with financial institutions on behalf of clients involved in property transactions.

Julie Doyle, chair of the DSBA’s conveyancing committee,...

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