Frequently Asked Questions

What is the case for ?

The case has been mounted to challenge the constitutionality of the retroactive nature of the Land & Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013 which was introduced into legislation by this government to help circumvent the Justice Dunne ruling of 2009, which effectively prevented banks repossessing the family homes of tens of thousands of distressed borrowers.

Who is bringing the case ?

The case is being brought in the name of Tom Darcy

Why is it Tom Darcy and not Right2Homes itself that is taking the case ?

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Brian Reilly explains the reason for Right2Homes

Brian Reilly explains to Conor Horgan the story behind the setting up of Right2Homes and what they hope to achieve with their legal challenge against the Irish government and the (unconstitutional) retroactive Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013.

Up to half a million men women and children are at risk of becoming needlessly homeless as banks begin to use this legislation as rising property values make repossession more lucrative for them. We believe this legal action will cause the courts to put bank repossessions in limbo until it is resolved, thus forcing banks into negotiation with homeowners.

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We are undoubtedly facing into a serious challenge in attempting to support and fund the Constitutional Challenge to the Land & Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2013, but the encouraging news is that visits to the 'Right2Homes Facebook page traffic has increased tenfold following the release of the explanatory interview on YouTube.

This comes as a result of the many 'Likes' and 'Shares' by all of you to your own friends and contacts. So many thanks for your continued support which is very much appreciated.


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A Message To All Sitting TDs & Future Election Candidates

. . . "Turning a blind eye to what's actually going on in Courts throughout the length and breath of the country, and hoping that bank-led repossessions won't become an Election issue, is wishful thinking on the part of sitting TDs and prospective election candidates," claims Brian Reilly, a spokesperson for Right2Homes

Banks, who caused this crisis in the first instance, have been given a relatively free hand to hound some people into early graves, relentlessly pursuing distressed mortgage holders, and seeking repossession orders unhindered by protective legislation "

This crisis needs strong political direction which is sadly lacking from this current Coalition.

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