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Opoku v Tintas - Melanie Mooney, Keoghs

09/12/13. In handling credit hire claims it is always preferable to focus on obtaining clarity for issues where there is a degree of uncertainty for all parties dealing with the claims. I had, as part of an overall strategic approach identified that clarification was needed with regards to the application of the assessment of impecuniosity and whether it was relevant purely to determining the rate of hire to be applied or whether it had wider application, such as to the need to hire and the period of hire...

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