High Court confirms appointment of liquidators to Debenhams – The Irish Times

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of joint liquidators to the Irish arm of Debenhams. Debenhams Retail Ireland had operated 11 stores in the Republic of Ireland and had employed 950 people directly. An additional 500 people had worked at the 26 concession stands operated by other retailers located in Debenhams stores. Earlier this

Where renters are protected from eviction during the coronavirus pandemic – The – The Washington Post

For millions of renters who have lost income, rent day on May 1 is a looming disaster. A majority of the country’s 43.8 million renting households have lost at least some of their income in the coronavirus shutdown, a much higher share than homeowners, according to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll done in mid-April.

Landlords' hands tied as commercial rents fall due – Law Society of Ireland Gazette

Tomorrow, Friday 1 May, is the first significant rent payment day in the North since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown.  While the rent collection remains unclear, DWF commercial partner in Belfast James Morrison said that the day is a reality check. “Until the end of June at least, landlords face a period where the

Renting, homeownership and COVID-19: Savills looks at what's changed – BuyAssociation

A new report released by Savills explores some interesting trends in the UK housing market. It also reveals the latest predictions across renting and buying. Over the first 15 years of the 2000s, the number of private rented households in England more than doubled. Meanwhile, mortgaged homeowner numbers dropped by around 1.5 million. Homeownership stopped

TOP Ships Inc. – Consenus Indicates Potential 92.3% Upside – DirectorsTalk Interviews

TOP Ships Inc. with ticker code (TOPS) have now 1 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a rating of ‘Buy’. The range between the high target price and low target price is between 0.5 and 0.5 and has a mean target at 0.5. Now with the previous closing price of 0.26 this now

NI: DWF warns reopening of retail businesses could be impacted by rent actions – Irish Legal News

DWF warns reopening of retail businesses could be impacted by rent actions Published 30 April 2020 James Morrison The reopening of retail businesses after the coronavirus lockdown could be impacted by legal action over unpaid rent, lawyers at DWF have warned. Tomorrow, Friday 1 May, marks the first significant rent payment day since the start