1. Back on Track Debtor Guides

  2. Detailed Guides

  3. Other Publications

  4. Debt Solutions Scenarios 

 

1. Back on Track Debtor Guides

 

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Back on Track Dealing with Problem Debt 2016

Back on Track DRN Guide 2016

Back on Track DSA Guide 2016

Back on Track PIA Guide 2016

 A Debtor’s Guide to the role of a PIP Cover

 Back on track Information about Bankruptcy cover

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Back on Track Debtors Guide to the role of a PIP 2016

Back on Track Information about Bankruptcy Guide 2016

Back on Track After You Are

 made Bankrupt Guide 2016

Trifold - September 2016

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2. Detailed Guides

 

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Detailed Guide to DRN January 2018 Detailed Guide to DSA March 2016

Detailed Guide to PIA July 2016

Detailed Debtors Guide to Bankruptcy - revised June 2016

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3. Other Publications

 

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Debtor Testimonials

ISI Case Studies ISI Case Studies PIA 2016

Guidelines to Reasonable Standard of Living and Reasonable 

Living Expenses under section 23 - July 2017

'Abhaile' - Mortgage Resolution Service Booklet

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4. Debt Solution Scenarios

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DRN Scenarios reissued January 2018 DSA Scenario June 2013

Bankruptcy_Scenarios_2016

 

 

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DRN step by step example

DSA step by step example Notes on how to fill out the form for Bankruptcy

 

PIA Scenarios

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  PIA Scenario 1 to 5 Various up to June 2013    PIA scenario 6 - Split Mortgage Aug 2013     PIA scenario 7 Contingent liabilities - Feb 2014   

 

 

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    PIA scenario 8 Relationship breakdown - Feb 2014   PIA comparison with Bankruptcy Scenario 9 & 10       PIA step by step example Aug 2013

 

New Sample PIA

The ISI drafted the below sample PIA and in August 2013 put it out for public consultation so as to offer stakeholders the opportunity to review it and highlight any changes or additions to the draft they considered would contribute to the smooth introduction of the new debt reliefs provided by under the Act.  As a result of the consultation, the ISI has made changes to the draft and now publishes a sample PIA which shows possible content and structure of a PIA based on a specific scenario (link to scenario three on page 15).

The example sets out a sample layout and content for a PIA and is not intended to be binding.  The terms and conditions will change according to the circumstances of a particular case.  A personal insolvency practitioner ("PIP") is responsible for formulating a PIA and may use a different layout and text, as he or she considers appropriate to any individual insolvency case to which he or she may be appointed, subject to, and in accordance with, the requirements of the Act.

 

PIA explanatory document

sample PIA

 

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