The Attorney General Did Not Inform The Taoiseach He Was A Landlord When Advising On The Eviction Ban
Paul Gallagher broke protocol by not revealing his position to Micheal Martin
Last month the moratorium which was brought in for the pandemic was replaced with a system based on individual's needs.
Renters in financial difficulty can apply to the Residential Tenancies Board for an exemption from rent going up or being evicted.
Sinn Fein's Housing spokesperson is Eoin O'Broin - he says it's concerning that Attorney General Paul Gallagher didn't inform Micheal Martin of a potential conflict of interest
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