28 January, 2011
28 January, 2011
New regulations amend the Insolvency (Fees) Order (Northern Ireland) 2006 to specify the fee payable on an application for a Debt Relief Order.
26 January, 2011
Two new statutory rules in relation to debt relief orders in Northern Ireland.
Measures include transfer of the regulation of second charge residential mortgages from the Office of Fair Trading to the Financial Services Authority.
25 January, 2011
New research by Shelter and The Co-operative Insurance also reveals that 70 per cent of people are worried about their cash flow.
24 January, 2011
Legal Action Group reports on 'devastating blow' to funding of 500 debt advisers.
21 January, 2011
18 January, 2011
The Insolvency Service also publishes changes to the way in which the family home is dealt with, which came into effect on 1 January 2011.
 EWCA Civ 1521
13 January, 2011
Consumer Credit Counselling Service figures show a significant number of self-employed people don’t earn enough to cover the cost of day-to-day living.
New Act that introduces provision for Debt Relief Orders in Northern Ireland.
12 January, 2011
Research by Save the Children and moneysavingexpert.com reveals those on low incomes face a 'poverty premium'.
11 January, 2011
New regulations that correct drafting errors within consumer credit regulations implementing EC Directive 2008/48.
10 January, 2011
 EWHC 3152 (QB)
5 January, 2011
Specialist regional Illegal Money Lending and Scambuster teams run by Trading Standards will continue to be funded by the Department for Business and Skills.
4 January, 2011
More needs to be done to encourage people to manage their money better and, where possible, to avoid insolvency, says The Insolvency Service.
24 December, 2010
Current system of charges has a disproportionate effect on lower-income households, says regulator
23 December, 2010
New report from the Prison Reform Trust and UNLOCK, the National Association of Reformed Offenders.
22 December, 2010
Ministers considering transferring the regulation of consumer credit from the Office of Fair Trading to the new consumer protection and markets authority (CPMA).
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