Remuneration Statement

Right2Homes is a registered 'not-for-profit' organisation (Company No. 571472 - Limited by Guarantee) operating in the NGO sector supporting Irish Families struggling to maintain a Principle Dwelling House or Family Home in the face of formidable difficulties arising from sustained pressure from financial institutions regarding mortgage arrears. Right2Homes would like to clarify our remuneration policy and invite other like-minded entities to do likewise.

At this time and for the foreseeable future Right2Homes will be operated on a purely voluntary basis with no ex-gratia payments to be made to any individuals involved.

Right2Homes undertakes to restate this policy position annually.

This statement is a clear, unambiguous declaration of the current status within Right2Homes and again we call on all similar entities in Ireland, in receipt of government or public funding, in whatever manner, to clarify their position on remuneration and bonuses in a detailed and expedient manner.

It is incumbent on all of us in this sector to not only operate to the highest standards possible but, more importantly, to be seen to operate to the highest standards of professionalism and integrity.

About Us

Right2Homes has been set up to provide a funding platform for the numerous individuals, groups and organisations already committed to supporting legal initiatives aimed at preventing bank repossessions of Irish family homes.

Whether you are part of one of the 110,366 distressed families already under attack, or related to someone who is, or about to be, you now have an opportunity to support efforts to legally challenge the injustice of what is happening in Courts throughout the length and breadth of Ireland.
Right2Homes is seeking to raise funds in support of the Constitutional Challenge, currently 'in being' (Supreme Court Record No. 2014/755P) Darcy -v- Minister of Justice, Equality & Law Reform and the Attorney General.
The Constitutional Challenge's legal team informed Justice Finlay Geoghegan of the relevance of the Challenge in the Court of Appeal on June 5th. This challenges the retroactive nature of the Land & Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013, hastily enacted by Government to circumvent the Justice Dunne ruling of 2009 which effectively prevented the banks from seeking possession of family homes.

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