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Home repossesion case adjourned because of borrower’s Christmas concerns

first_img Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North A Donegal father of five has had the adjournment of a home repossession case at the High Court extended from December to the New Year, after telling the judge he was worried about Christmas.The case, involving the Educational Building Society, concerned two loans taken out in June 2006 by the borrower, from Letterkenny.He claimed the EBS had given him incorrect advice, and told the court he would not have taken out the commercial loans if he had not been given the advice.He also suggested the building society should be treated as a failed investor and should carry its own losses, and questioned whether EBS still owns the loan.The man told Ms Justice Elizabeth Dunne he had sought documents from the EBS related to his loans, and  they had not been provided.He said believed his loan had been traded and “securitised” by the building society and it might no longer own it. He added he wanted a full hearing to carry out a “securitisation audit” on the loan.Counsel for the EBS refuted the suggestion the bank might not be the holder of the loan and said the case had gone on for two years already and should be completed.Ms Justice Dunne noted the borrower had not questioned the building society’s ownership of the loan on affidavit. She said she had already given time to the borrower to file other affidavits, but agreed to give him one more opportunity.She adjourned the case to December 19th, but when the borrower asked if she would hold off until the New Year, she agreed to do so. Pinterest Twitter Newsx Adverts Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Google+center_img By News Highland – November 15, 2011 Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Home repossesion case adjourned because of borrower’s Christmas concerns Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Previous articleLetterkenny Town Council seeks solution to College Park water threatNext articleDerry Celebrity Bainisteoir players avoid convictions for pub brawl News Highland Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

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Trojans looking to move on after loss

first_imgAfter suffering their worst loss since 1997, the No. 12 Trojans took their first step toward turning the page Monday by trying to put the pieces back together on the practice field.USC struggled on both sides of the ball during what was perhaps the most humiliating defeat of the Pete Carroll era, but the coach said he liked what he saw out of his players at Monday’s practice and expects his team to play strong throughout its remaining schedule.Under repair · Linebacker Chris Galippo, who did not practice Monday due to a neck injury, is one of many Trojans sidelined after the weekend. – Dieuwertje Kast | Daily Trojan“We had a very good first day of the week, better than the last couple Mondays for obvious reasons, but it was a very sharp day,” he said. “We’ll just do it one day at a time, and that’s how you rebuild the mentality.”Once labeled USC’s strength, the Trojans’ defense appeared helpless Saturday. It surrendered 47 points and 613 total yards to the No. 8 Ducks in a game that many thought would be a tight battle. But Carroll said most of the blame falls on the coaches, not the players.“The guys were mentally bottled up with the stuff we were doing,” Carroll said. “We tried to scheme in too much. So we made mistakes we normally wouldn’t make. We didn’t play the way we’d normally play. It was a disastrous outcome when they were able to run the ball like that.”Carroll, who said he felt sick after watching tape of the 47-20 loss in Eugene, Ore., was referring to the 391 rushing yards the Trojans gave up on the ground. He said he originally liked the gameplan he and his coaches set up, and that it may have worked with last year’s veteran defense, but it didn’t hit right on Saturday.The players, like Carroll, believe they need to stop thinking about Saturday and start looking forward. Redshirt sophomore middle linebacker Chris Galippo, who was one of many Trojans held out of practice Monday due to injury, said the defense needs to learn from its mistakes.“We’re just going back to basics and taking it one step at a time,” Galippo said. “We’re not putting our heads in our laps, but keeping our heads up and just finishing the season out. You just never know what’s going to happen. Don’t count us out.”Some critics have argued that the Pac-10 is one of the weaker conferences when compared to the SEC, Big 12 and Big Ten. But Carroll said the conference is strong from top to bottom this year with great quarterbacking and speedy defenses. He said USC will have a tough opponent every week from here on out.“The comparisons will hopefully be made when it comes bowl time when everybody gets to play,” he said. “This conference — and I talked about it at the beginning of the year — is better than I thought it was going to be, and I thought it was going to be pretty strong anyway.”The upcoming opponents might be even tougher for USC due to the injury bug that has plagued the team recently.Galippo did not practice Monday because he suffered a neck injury Saturday. He had an MRI and X-rays, but said he feels fine and will be ready to practice Tuesday.Junior running back Joe McKnight was also held out of practice due to a number of injuries, the biggest of which is his hurt ankle. But like Galippo, McKnight said he thinks he’ll be ready to go for Saturday’s game.Redshirt junior Damian Williams also did not suit up yesterday because he is nursing a sore glute muscle that he re-aggravated against Oregon. He said he feels stronger than he did last week, but he is still sore.Junior linebacker Malcolm Smith was originally diagnosed with a cracked shoulder after a collision in Saturday’s contest. Carroll said, however, that an MRI showed no crack, so the coach is not sure if or when Smith will return. Redshirt sophomore Shane Horton would start in his place.Junior defensive end Everson Griffen also did not practice due to a sprained toe. Carroll said he will know more about the injury Tuesday night.Junior wide receiver Ronald Johnson also did not appear at practice due to sickness.last_img read more

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