National Asset Management Agency Act 2009
NAMA, etc., may give certain directions in relation to bank assets.
109.— (1) This section applies, without prejudice to any other provision of this Act or any right arising at law, to a bank asset that NAMA or a NAMA group entity has acquired, the terms and conditions of which entitle the participating institution from which NAMA or the NAMA group entity acquired it to give directions to a third party that holds an interest in the bank asset on behalf of others.
(2) In relation to a bank asset to which or in relation to which this section applies—
( a) NAMA or a NAMA group entity may give directions to the third party concerned to realise any security, enforce any guarantee or surety or do any other act or thing in relation to the bank asset, or
( b) if the third party is not incorporated in the State, but is a subsidiary of an entity that is incorporated in the State, NAMA or a NAMA group entity may direct the entity concerned to secure compliance by the subsidiary with a direction to do any of the things mentioned in paragraph (a) .
(3) Where a direction is given under subsection (2) (a) , then the third party shall be under an equivalent obligation to comply with the direction as if the direction had been given by the participating institution from which the bank asset concerned was acquired.
(4) Where a direction is given under subsection (2) (b) , then the entity shall be under an obligation to secure the compliance of the subsidiary but only to the extent that the subsidiary would be bound to comply with a direction given under paragraph (a) of subsection (2) if the subsidiary were incorporated in the State.