Friday June 5, 2020

Anti-eviction campaigner loses bid to save home

The man behind The Hub-Ireland, an organisation aimed at helping lay litigants fight evictions, has lost his own case against Pepper Finance

26th August, 2018

The man behind The Hub-Ireland, an organisation aimed at helping lay litigants fight evictions, has lost his own case against Pepper Finance. On appeal, the High Court has granted Pepper an order for the repossession of the family home of Byron Jenkins and his wife Adrienne in Kildare.

As of last June, the couple had built up arrears of €326,749 on their €350,000 mortgage drawn down from GE Capital Woodchester in July 2008. The court...

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