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Thread: The New Land League

  1. #16
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    Apr 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Flower View Post
    No, the style seems quite different to me.

    Constant Markiewicz man was i think with Direct Democracy Ireland.

    It seems likely that there will be a different anti eviction organisations popping up all over the country.
    Friends of Banking Ireland were at that auction house protest.

  2. #17
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    Feb 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by riadach View Post
    Friends of Banking Ireland were at that auction house protest.
    Dead on. As were three ex FF independent TDs.

    FOBI and the New Land League are sharing press ads on the Referendum

    They included members of a number of organisations including Defend Our Homes and People for Economic Justice, although the protest was led by colourful businessman Jerry Beades who is chairman of the campaign group, Friends of Banking Ireland.

    The Fairview-based developer, who is a former member of Fianna Fáil’s national executive and friend of former taoiseach, Bertie Ahern, has been involved in a string of High Court cases in recent years where he has been pursued by a number of banks over unpaid loans.
    “ We cannot withdraw our cards from the game. Were we as silent and mute as stones, our very passivity would be an act. ”
    — Jean-Paul Sartre

  3. #18
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    Mar 2010

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    Not looking good for New Land League founder and former member of the Fianna Fail National Executive, Jerry Beades.
    Ulster Bank is entitled to summary judgment for €3.5 million against developer Jerry Beades arising from unpaid loans, the High Court has ruled.Mr Justice Brian McGovern dismissed arguments by Mr Beades yesterday in the Commercial Court opposing the bank’s claim and ruled it was entitled to summary judgment for the full amount sought.
    Mr Beades said he intends to appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court.
    The bank issued its demand for payment arising from what it said was a May 2010 restructuring of various facilities advanced. The bank had obtained charges over various properties as security for the loan.
    In arguing he had a bona fide defence to the claim, Mr Beades said the loans at issue go back to 1999. The restructuring of 2010 was a continuance of restructuring of loans going back 14 years, he said.He claimed he had been forced to refinance loans obtained in the 1990s because €1.3 million had been taken out of an account with the assistance of a bank manager as a result of “theft”. He said he intended to bring a claim against the bank arising out of this alleged wrong.
    Mr Justice McGovern ruled Mr Beades had not made out any arguable defence to merit a full hearing.

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    Nov 2010
    in the national interest

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