Author: Professor Mary Donnelly
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: July 2021
The third edition of this text provides a comprehensive update of all aspects of this fast-moving area of law and regulation, encompassing credit and debt, and the operation of security. This edition also includes expanded treatment of personal debt restructuring and bankruptcy.
New content includes:
Detailed analysis of changes to the European and Irish regulatory frameworks for credit service providers
In-depth consideration of consumer law developments, including the role of the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1995 in home loan repossessions
Detailed analysis of the Personal Insolvency Act 2012 as amended and the body of case law which has emerged
Detailed analysis of the impact of the amendments to the Bankruptcy Act 1988 and the body of case law which has developed
Includes fully up-to-date analysis of relevant case law on all aspects of credit and security
About the Author:
Mary Donnelly is a Professor of Law at University College Cork. Her books include Healthcare Decision-Making and the Law: Autonomy, Capacity and the Limits of Liberalism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010); The Law of Credit and Security (Round Hall, 2011; 2nd ed 2015; 3rd ed 2021) and she is co-author of End-of-Life Care: Ethics and Law (Cork University Press, 2011) and Consumer Law: Rights and Regulation (Round Hall, 2014) and co-editor of Ethical and Legal Debates in Irish Healthcare: Confronting Complexities (Manchester University Press, 2016). She has published in a wide range of international and Irish journals including Current Legal Problems; Legal Studies; Journal of Business Law; Computer Law and Security Review; European Public Law; International Journal of Law and Psychiatry; Medical Law Review; European Journal of Health Law
She has collaborated on projects funded by the European Commission, the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences, the National Children's Office; the Irish Research Council; the Wellcome Trust; and the Irish Hospice Foundation and has acted as consultant for public agencies and legal firms. She is joint-chair of the HSE National Consent Advisory Group and of the HSE Assisted-Decision-Making Commencement Steering Committee and is a member of the National Research Ethics Committee and of the Mental Health Commission Legislation Committee. She was a visiting fellow at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (2002), the London School of Economics (2009) and University College London in 2016.
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