Republic of Ireland Law
Republic of Ireland Law Questions Answered by Experts
1. Hi, I regret to say that debts do not stop at borders. So if the Royal Bank of Canada wish to traceyou to Ireland, then they can sue you for the debt owing on the credit card. It is much more likely that they will sell the debt to debt collectors in Ireland who will then sue you in the name of the bank in Ireland. Nowadays because all credit card scoring companies, such as Experian are international, it is much easier to locate someone.
2. Accordingly, the bad news is that the RBC can come after you in Ireland. They will probably have no difficulty in tracing you as they most likely got a copy of your passport when you opened the account in Canada. So, I regret to say that you will most likely have to repay the 700 dollars.
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