ICSA rural development chairman Seamus Sherlock has said ICSA’s protest at the offices of BidX1 will go ahead as planned.
Commenting, Mr Sherlock said, “Families right around the country have been forced into a position whereby their loans have been sold off to vulture funds without any forewarning. We have an obligation to ensure that those who find themselves caught in the grip of vulture funds are afforded every opportunity to come to a reasonable negotiated settlement. However, the prospect of a quick sale is often more attractive than negotiating such a reasonable negotiated settlement. ICSA wants to send a clear message that the rights of homeowners and landowners must not be trampled upon.”
The protest will take place Monday (26 November) from 12 midday at the BidX1 offices at Waterloo Exchange, Waterloo Road, Dublin 4.
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