Arrears

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Arrears Definition

(Pr.) The remainder of an account or sum of money in the hands of an accountant. Any money due and unpaid at a given time. Cowell; Spelman.

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(Pr.) The remainder of an account or sum of money in the hands of an accountant. Any money due and unpaid at a given time. Cowell; Spelman.

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    Arrears Plan Long on Rhetoric, Short on Solutions, The Irish Times; March 14, 2013; Hancock, Ciaran

    Arrears with government offices surge to Rs 28 billion, The Kathmandu Post; April 13, 2012

    ANALYSIS: Arrears under the microscope., Lending Strategy; October 6, 2008

    Mortgages in Arrears Fall for Third Quarter ; Central Bank Data Also Show Number of Homeowners in Long-Term Arrears Rising, The Irish Times; June 6, 2014; Burke-Kennedy, Eoin

    MORTGAGES: Lenders bring up the arrears., Money Marketing; June 12, 2008

    Resolving the Mortgage Arrears Crisis, Mondaq Business Briefing; March 26, 2013; Hennessy, Grainne

    One in 20 mortgages now in arrears – up almost 40 per cent in one year, The Irish Times; September 2, 2010; FIONA REDDAN

    First Fall in Mortgage Arrears Numbers ; Marginal Drop in Mortgage Accounts in Arrears from 142,892 to 141,520, The Irish Times; November 29, 2013; Pope, Conor

    Dramatic increase in household mortgage arrears, The Irish Times; March 1, 2011; CONOR POPE

    Most Buy-to-Let Investors in Arrears Have Trackers ; Concerns Significant Portion of Property Investors Strategically Defaulting, The Irish Times; April 30, 2014; Kennedy, Eoin Burke

    Homeowners in arrears to get further protection, The Irish Times; August 14, 2010; PAUL CULLEN

    ARREARS: Former Sub-Prime Lenders Facing Arrears Time Bomb, Mortgage Strategy; April 18, 2011

    More than 26,000 households in mortgage arrears, The Irish Times; December 23, 2009; PAUL CULLEN

    Use of Credit and Arrears on Debt among Low-Income Families in the United Kingdom, Fiscal Studies; March 1, 2004; Bridges, Sarah Disney, Richard

    The Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears 2013, Mondaq Business Briefing; August 6, 2013; Houlihan, Conor

    36,000 Unable to Pay Their Mortgage; Arrears Crisis Is Set to Worsen, Campaigners Warn, Daily Mail (London); September 2, 2010

    LENDING ZONE: Ismi Cut Gives Rise to Arrears Fears, Mortgage Strategy; October 25, 2010

    The Revised Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears, Mondaq Business Briefing; July 15, 2013; Hennessy, Grainne

    Mortgage arrears data indicates over 10% not able to pay, The Irish Times; May 26, 2012; CONOR POPE

    Lend me your arrears: One-to-one debt counselling is the best way to help borrowers understand their situation and work out a solution to their financial difficulties before repossession becomes a grim reality. (Mortgage brief).(Brief Article), Money Marketing; January 31, 2002; Aitken, Stuart

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