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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: .. Thursday July 19th |.. Contact Us.. About Us.. Our Services.. Reports Searches.. Debt Recovery.. Submit a Debt.. Client Login.. Debt Recovery Guide.. ABOUT US.. Wales Co are leaders in providing a professional legal service in relation to debt recovery and litigation for clients in Ireland, the UK and further afield.. Our mission is to deliver consistently excellent legal service and to develop and nurture close professional relationships with our clients.. Based in Dublin's Sandyford, the company was established by Matthew Wales to meet the increasing demand for an efficient and cost-effective legal service in debt recovery, insolvency and litigation.. Having led the debt recovery department in one  ...   corporate and private.. Matthew is a regular keynote speaker at conferences on his 25 years experience in the field both in Ireland and abroad.. We offer the following services:.. View.. pages for more details or use the links to navigate directly to specific information.. Insolvency.. Employment Law.. Litigation.. Other services offered:.. View the.. pages for more details or use the direct links provided.. Tracing Service Throughout Ireland.. Company Search.. Wales Co Solicitors, 26 The Cubes Offices, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18 - Tel: +353 1 293 5110 - Fax: +353 1 293 4020.. Copyright 2012, Wales Company Solicitors.. All rights reserved.. Privacy Policy.. |.. Disclaimer.. Support.. Accessibility.. Design..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: CONTACT US.. By Post:.. Click here for a location map.. Wales Co Solicitors.. 26 The Cubes Offices,.. Beacon South Quarter,.. Sandyford, Dublin 18.. By Phone & E-Mail:.. Telephone: +353 1 293 5110.. Fax: +353 1 293 4020.. E-Mail:.. info@walesco.. ie.. Send a general enquiry using this form.. Name.. Save details.. Telephone.. Email Address.. Enquiry.. Submit.. Reset..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: SERVICES OFFERED.. Wales Company Solicitors are a Dublin Solicitors firm that specialise in Debt Collection and Litigation.. Our niche practice concentrating on Debt Recovery supports our clients from simple phone calls and letters to District Court, Circuit Court & High Court actions, always at the forefront of our field.. Feel free to download a copy of  ...   gain more insight into the practice of recovering Debt through our recently published articles.. "Effective Irish Collections".. from the Credit Risk Magazine.. or.. "Collecting Bad Debts Abroad".. If you have questions about a Debt.. Contact us directly or.. Submit a Debt Online.. , we will provide you with a professional and timely assessment of your claim..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: Tracing Service.. Wales Company Solicitors are a Dublin Solicitors firm that specialise in Debt Recovery and Litigation.. In addition to our niche practice concentrating on Debt Recovery we also offer a range of other services.. Wales Co work with a number of specialised Tracing Agents throughout Ireland.. A Summons must be served in the jurisdiction of the debtor it is therefore important that the correct name and address is given prior to issuing proceedings.. When sending debtors details if you are unsure that the current address you have is correct submit the last  ...   to conduct a trace.. Where possible our tracing agent will conduct a trace from information given to ascertain where the debtor currently resides.. It is our policy on receipt of debtors information to conduct a company search.. This is to ensure that the company is a registered company.. If results show that the company is "Dissolved" it is not possible to continue with legal proceedings to recover debt.. The exception to this is if you have a "Personal Guarantee" from a Director in which case you can pursue the debt through the Director..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: DEBT RECOVERY.. Late payment and its effect on the financial viability of your business is of concern regardless of what business you are in.. It is a well known fact that the earlier a debt is processed through the legal route the easier it is to recover.. Before submitting a file for legal debt recovery creditors need to know the following information;.. The full title of the company involved?.. Is the customer a Limited Company/Sole Trader/Partnership/Individual?.. Where the company is s Registered Office?.. Does it trade from any other address?.. What is the company s  ...   other title?.. It is important that legal proceedings are entered under the correct customer name, therefore, it is Wales Co policy to conduct a Company search in order to ascertain the correct title for each customer submitted.. Terms Conditions.. It is a good policy for each business to have clearly written Terms Conditions as this will assist you in the event that you have to issue legal proceedings for the recovery of outstanding monies.. Credit terms should also be clearly set out to ensure that customers are fully aware of your company s credit terms..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: CLIENT LOGIN.. If you have been supplied with a username and password click the button to login and view case files..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: DEBT RECOVERY GUIDE.. Use this form to have our.. Guide to Debt Recovery.. document sent direct to your inbox.. All fields and a valid email address are required to submit this form.. Firstname *.. Surname *.. Company Name *.. Email Address *..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: INSOLVENCY.. Winding Up Companies.. The first two methods of ending corporate existence are by means of a member's voluntary winding up and a creditors' voluntary winding up.. Court involvement is limited.. The difference between these two forms of voluntary winding up is that in a members' voluntary winding up the company must be solvent, while this will not be the case in a creditors' voluntary winding up.. The third method of winding up is that of a compulsory court ending up.. This method would be used where a creditor of the company is owed money.. MEMBERS' VOLUNTARY WINDING UP.. The company must be solvent, and, for whatever reason, the members of that company have decided to end its existence.. Declaration of solvency.. Feature of members' voluntary winding up is the declaration of solvency which must be sworn by the directors of a company, or majority of them, at a meeting of the directors.. It should be noted that where, contrary to the statutory declaration sworn by the directors, a company is in fact insolvent, the Companies Act 1963 provides for the imposition of personal liability for the debts of the company, on the directors.. The resolution to wind up.. After the directors of a company have made their declaration of solvency, and the independent person has given his report, the directors should then call an extraordinary general meeting ('EGM') of the company.. This should be held within 28 days of the date of the declaration of solvency.. CREDITORS VOLUNTARY WINDING UP.. A creditors voluntary winding up will usually arise where the members in general meeting resolve that the company cannot by reason of its liabilities continue its business, and that it be wound up voluntarily.. The essential features of a creditors' voluntary winding up are the absence of a declaration of solvency and also the fact that the winding up is precipitated by the members themselves, usually on the advice of the directors.. In this section the following issues in creditors' voluntary winding up are considered:.. Set out below is an outline of the procedures and further detail can be provided if the directors wish:.. Step 1.. The directors convene a formal meeting of the directors at which the following maters are formally proposed.. The directors resolve to convene an extraordinary general meeting of the members at which the members will consider a resolution to wind up.. Written notice along with proxy forms must be sent to the members and as the resolution to wind up is an ordinary resolution, seven clear days notice must be given.. The members' notice must be sent on the same day as the creditors' notice.. Notice requirements should be easily met but directors would normally ensure that notice is formally posted to all members along with members' proxy  ...   that meeting the members resolve to appoint their choice of liquidator.. The members' meeting can also propose one or more representatives for the Committee of Inspection.. The tendency is that members do not select representatives but there is no reason not to do so.. Step 5.. At the creditors meeting (nearly always held on the same date), the director appointed to chair the meeting must provide the creditors present or represented with a copy of the statement of affairs (a list of creditors to be attached) and usually will read out a history of the business and answer questions.. It is common practice in this country for a solicitor to accompany the chairman, who will advise the chairing director where necessary on the responses to questions and also advise on any technical points regarding voting rights that may arise.. It is common practice to provide a "chairman's agenda" which will help the chairing director with the process.. The advising solicitor will be familiar with the process so this agenda may not be needed but one can be provided in any event.. The need for solicitor will very much depend on the level of creditors 'claims and the directors' rapport with the creditors.. It is clearly a matter for the directors to consider and the directors should consider whether any issue might arise where legal advice might be needed.. This is a point that could be considered closer to the time.. The primary duties of a liquidator are normally the realisations of assets, agreement of creditors' claims and the distribution of available assets to the creditors in accordance with their statutory priorities.. The liquidator also has a general duty to investigate the conduct of the directors during the period to liquidation.. This general duty, which would have been carried out by most insolvency practitioners, has been given extra weight as a result of the commencement of the Company Law Enforcement Act 2001.. COMPULSORY COURT WINDING UP.. A compulsory liquidation, will arise where the High Court is petitioned to have a company compulsorily wound up.. This procedure is often used by creditor owed money by the company.. The first stage in the process is service of a document known as a Statutory Demand which gives the company 21 days to make payment.. If payment is not received or the demand challenged the next stage is to issue a Winding Up Petition seeking the Winding Up the company.. The Petition is given a date by the Court and it is advertised in national newspapers and at the hearing date if payment is not made a Liquidator will be appointed and the company will be put into Liquidation.. Thereafter Liquidator will deal with the realisation of assets of the company and deal with the general affairs of the company..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: EMPLOYMENT LAW.. Employment / Unfair Dismissal Law.. Unfair Dismissal Law is governed by the 1977 Unfair Dismissals Act.. Its legislation is based on two principles:.. That procedures must be followed in effecting a termination.. There must be sufficient grounds to justify the termination.. Who is Covered by Unfair Dismissal Legislation?.. All employees are covered by legislation.. Those that are have to satisfy the following basic requirements:.. One year's continuous service with an employer.. Those who are normally expected to work for eight hours per week.. Employee's who have not reached the normal retirement age for the employment in question.. Who is Excluded?.. The only excluded categories are:.. People employed in the Defence Forces and the Gardai.. Force trainees.. Civil Servants.. Specified Purpose Contracts.. The legislation allows for the exclusion of dismissals resulting from the ending of a fixed term contract at its expiry.. In order for these exclusions to apply:.. The contract must be in writing.. The contract must exclude the legislation and the contract must be signed by both parties.. Dismissal.. In order to proceed with a claim under legislation the employee must be able to show that he is actually dismissed.. Constructive Dismissal.. Where an employee terminates his employment because of an employer's conduct towards him and that conduct is deemed sufficiently serious The employee may be entitled to claim constructive dismissal.. The following circumstances may in certain situations amount to a constructive dismissal claim:.. Reduction in pay.. Change in working environment.. Change in job functions.. Change in location.. Change in working hours.. Unmerited warnings.. Sexual harassment or abuse in the workplace.. Calculation of Remuneration.. Calculation of remuneration is important in the assessment to the value of a claim being the actual attributable to a dismissal.. Remuneration has been held to include such items as basic pay or salary, commission, bonus', overtime, tips, benefits in kind such as VHI, private use of company car, subsidised telephone costs, clothing allowance, pension contributions.. Unfair Dismissal Categories.. Unfair dismissals are divided into two categories namely:.. Dismissals deemed to be automatically unfair.. Dismissals deemed to be not unfair.. Those that automatically amount  ...   of the objection or willingness to participate in the hearing in the case of Employment Appeals Tribunal hearings an Appearance form will be forwarded by the Tribunal to the employer and the employer must complete this and return it to the Tribunal and file it on the employee or the employee's representative within 14 days of receipt.. Completion and service of all documentation is essential.. Rights of Employees in Relation to Redundancy.. An employee who is dismissed should be technically dismissed by reason of redundancy the dismissal is attributable wholly or mainly to the fact that the employer has ceased or intends to cease to carry on his business for the purposes of which the employer was employed by him.. The fact that the requirements of that business is for employees to carry out work of a particular kind in a place where he is so employed have ceased or diminished the fact that the employer has decided to carry on business with fewer or no employees requiring the work for which the employee has been employed to be done by other employees or otherwise.. The fact that the employer has decided that the work for which the employee has been employed should henceforth be done in a different manner for which the employee is not sufficiently qualified or the fact that the employer has decided that the work for which the employee has been employed should henceforward be done by a person who is also capable of doing other work for which the employee is not sufficiently qualified or trained.. Redundancy Payment.. The employees who are qualified to receive a statutory redundancy payment under the Redundancy Payments Act will have the actual amount calculated in accordance with the 1976 Redundancy Act.. Notice Period.. The employee must have been in continuous service with the same employer for at least 13 weeks.. Notice period is as follows:.. 13 Weeks - 2 years 1 week.. 2 years - 5 years 2 weeks.. 5 years - 10 years 4 weeks.. 10 years - 15 years 6 weeks.. More than 15 years 8 weeks..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: LITIGATION.. We set out below the various procedures in relation to the District, Circuit and High Courts that legal action would take if our pre legal activities were not successful.. DISTRICT COURT - Debts up to 6,348 (IR 5,000).. Uncontested.. 1.. Civil Summons sent to Debtor.. - official notice from the Creditor of the nature of the claim - to which the Debtor does not respond.. 2.. Affidavit of Debt sworn by Creditor.. - no court hearing takes place so Creditor swears the amount of the debt now due.. 3.. Affidavit, Decree & Memorandum.. Are filed in the Court office.. 4.. Judgment.. Should issue to Creditor within 20-60 days.. Contested.. - to which he/she does respond ( see No.. 2 below).. Notice of Intention to Defend.. Submitted by Debtor and date of Court hearing fixed.. Creditor and Debtor put their cases to the judge and, if successful, the Creditor will receive a.. within 10-30 days after the hearing.. CIRCUIT COURT - Debts between 6,348 38,092 (IR 5,000 IR 30,000).. Remember there's a Circuit Court in each of the 26 counties in Ireland.. Similar to the District Court process i.. e.. if uncontested, no court hearing takes place  ...   case.. Notice of Trail.. is served by Creditor, after receipt of Debtor's Defence, advising date of court which can be 2-5 months away, depending on court scheduling.. Court hearing.. with both Creditor and Debtor making their cases to the judge and.. will issue, if Creditor is successful.. HIGH COURT - DEBTS GREATER THAN 38,092 (IR 30,000).. There's only one High court for debts in the Republic of Ireland-and it's in Dublin.. Summary Summons is served.. - by personal service to a person (s) or by ordinary post to the registered office address of a limited company.. While such cases are usually uncontested, no court hearing takes place and a Judgment, or Fifa, issues in the same way as from the lesser courts.. Such cases are heard by way of a.. Motion.. before the.. Master of the High Court.. in Dublin.. Both Creditor, and Debtor would make their cases by Affidavit and the Master will rule in favour of either, or,.. (i) can refer it onwards to be heard by a High Court judge, or.. (ii) refer it for Plenary Hearing with oral evidence, or.. (iii) allow part of the claim and refer the remainder of the claim onwards..

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  • Title: Wales & Company Solicitors - Legal Debt Recovery Specialists
    Descriptive info: TRACING SERVICE THROUGHOUT IRELAND..

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