A woman got to hold onto her house a little longer yesterday because of the Ulster Bank computer crisis.
The woman appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court in Co Donegal after Ulster Bank sought repossession of her house.
Barristers representing the bank tried to have the case adjourned because it was not in a position to proceed yesterday (TUES) “because of the ongoing IT issues.”
However Judge John O’Hagan ordered the bank to issue new papers in the case, forcing Ulster Bank to start the case again against a woman and her ex-husband.
He also ordered the bank to pay its own costs striking out the bank’s request of its costs.