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Whilst this measure was obviously intended in part to hamstring the opposition parties,(29) the main opposition party, the NPP, did not in the event appear to suffer from any acute shortage of finance, and the impecuniosity of others arguably reflected their lack of widespread appeal.
At the same time one notes that the NPP, having established itself in the urban areas as a credible and appealing alternative to Rawlings' NDC, attracted financial contributions which enabled it to establish a strong presence in most rural areas.(70) The impecuniosity and weak organization of the Nkrumahist parties, in other words, arguably reflected their lack of appeal to urban inhabitants and to local rural elites who were perfectly well informed as to what these parties had to offer.
For example, there is conflicting jurisprudence as to whether a plaintiff's impecuniosity can be strong cause for not enforcing a forum selection clause.
These are necessary features of guardianship interventions derived from their underlying purpose, a purpose which has not changed (because it cannot change) during the last fifteen years of guardianship reform and the introduction of co-decision-making models: to provide a social response to the needs of some individuals for ongoing assistance in order to prevent the loss of assets--and the hardships attendant on impecuniosity in old age--and physical harm.
Mr Rowe's lawyers had advanced the novel defence of "impecuniosity" - no money - in the action brought by Titanic Quarter Ltd, owned by the Dublin-based company Harcourt Developments Ltd.
The Court recognised that, given the impecuniosity of the applicant in that case, somebody else must have funded the litigation--most probably the applicant's lawyers--and (at least in that case) the fact that such lawyers stood to gain a success fee was a relevant factor in granting security.
You see, before the virtual overnight impecuniosity struck, Ant had been well wadded, as they say in his part of the south.
oh, happy times of careless impecuniosity, and youth" (pp.
A case has been listed for next month to determine if a defence of impecuniosity - complete lack of cash - can shield them.
There is, of course, an issue over the reliability of this evidence, given that it is in the interests of bankrupts to 'play down' the reasons for their impecuniosity. For consumer debtors who went bankrupt in 2001-02, the primary cause of bankruptcy was said by 39 per cent to be 'unemployment', 21 per cent to be 'excessive use of credit', (144) 17 per cent to be 'domestic discord' and 10 per cent to be 'ill health'.
Several of the customers in Belfast's Titanic Quarter confirmed they will be entering a defence of impecuniosity.
Humiliation was heaped on her by a royal household who, making no bones about their disdain for Andrew's headstrong bride, were swift to leak details of her impecuniosity yet - despicably - after their divorce charged her for lightbulbs and loo paper during a short stay at a Sandringham estate cottage, the same place where once again she was stationed last December.