Tenants faced with repossessing bank eviction have an avenue to demand “relocation money”

I’ve had several enquiries about this in the past, and thought it was important to post that I am now hearing about tenants even with short-term leases in properties being repossessed by banks who have been given rapid eviction notices, but who are having some success in fighting requirements to vacate. These tenants, based I stress on legal advice, have approached the evicting bank and said that they know the courts will take around two years to get them out, and that they will move out for “relocation money”. One tenant on a six-month contract who asked for €1,500 got €1,000. I hope this helps people who have rented property and who find themselves at the banks’ mercy through no fault of their own.

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