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19-07-2019, 14:52   #226
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The standard of posting on this thread is way below acceptable for the accommodation & property forum.

If you're just posting to be a d**k or a smart arse, take it somewhere else.

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19-07-2019, 15:17   #227
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Mod Note

The standard of posting on this thread is way below acceptable for the accommodation & property forum.

If you're just posting to be a d**k or a smart arse, take it somewhere else.

Do not reply to this post on thread.
My note to you is, it's after hours.
Some people have a sense of humour.
I appreciate you have a job to do.
But if we can't have a bit of banter about factual information and news.

Where else can we have the bants.....

Oh dear my mistake sorry for the mistake....

I'll walk away from this

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19-07-2019, 15:39   #228
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My note to you is, it's after hours.
Please check what forum you are posting in.
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20-07-2019, 20:13   #229
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Have they got money?
Their Lacanche cooker featured in the Irish Times Life & Style article would have cost at least €6,000.

https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-...rder-1.3333531
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21-07-2019, 07:22   #230
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The media sob story continues https://m.independent.ie/irish-news/...-38330942.html
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21-07-2019, 07:47   #231
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This sounds terrible. Cleaning your house for a viewing. We are not throwing all the sob stories from the last nine years into the mix to get the public on side. Id have put up with having to get out of the house for two hours on a saturday to live without having to pay a mortgage for 9 years. Sounds great this.

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They also continued to have children when they clearly couldn't afford to. Like a lot of people in this country, a great sense of entitlement. I'd love to see where they went on holidays each year of the 9 years
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21-07-2019, 08:08   #233
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Are they trying to put off prospective buyers? Or garner sympathy, I just can’t fathom their goal.
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21-07-2019, 08:22   #234
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I love how he says it's his home. It's not mate it's the bank house. It's not your home until you get the title deeds.
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21-07-2019, 10:39   #235
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Their Lacanche cooker featured in the Irish Times Life & Style article would have cost at least €6,000.

https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-...rder-1.3333531
Hope the bank is making notes on the artworks and expensive furnishings to be seized
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Are they trying to put off prospective buyers? Or garner sympathy, I just can’t fathom their goal.
Yeah..”She brought the kids to the park in the middle of winter and stayed there for four hours while they showed the house." (Sob)

Like, as if any house viewing is scheduled to last more than 30 minutes. What a load of old cobblers. But it wouldnt be a housing sob story without bringing “de poor childer” into it.
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Is his business still going ?.has there been no income earned in 9 years ?
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I love how he says it's his home. It's not mate it's the bank house. It's not your home until you get the title deeds.
It is his home while he lives in it. The issue of title is irrelevant.
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I love how he says it's his home. It's not mate it's the bank house. It's not your home until you get the title deeds.
It is his home while he lives in it. The issue of title is irrelevant.
The law disagrees with you.
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