The bail bond initiative has been around for a few years now and was the key component in a package of reforms that included a new law to end bail in the first place.
It was first put forward by former finance minister Michael Noonan as part of the then Coalition government’s attempt to reform the financial system.
The bail bond was conceived as a means to help people who were in serious financial difficulty, particularly in the banking sector, escape financial ruin.
The scheme was originally intended to fund a number of measures, including the introduction of the so-called “gold standard” for bail bonds, a system whereby the value of the bond was fixed at the same time as the price of the goods and services being offered in return.
In a move to alleviate financial uncertainty, the scheme was introduced in May 2010 and since then, it has been widely adopted by both public and private sector organisations.
The scheme is now used by more than 100 banks, and as such, it is also seen by many as an effective way to help the poorest of the poor.
The main argument in favour of the bail bonds is that they are a way to reduce the amount of bail that can be handed out in the case of financial distress.
The idea behind the bail bail scheme is that people who have a low credit rating and are unable to access their own money will not be able to get bail, so their assets will be locked up in the bail scheme and their debts will be secured in their homes.
This will allow them to get on with their lives, which in turn, will allow the Government to fund some of the essential services that the country needs.
The plan has been criticised by critics of the scheme, particularly by those who believe that it does not actually help those who are most in need, particularly the elderly and those in need of extra support, such as mental health issues.
The reform package was voted down in the 2009 election, but the Government is now pushing forward with the introduction in the 2016 budget of a new “bail” scheme.
The new bail scheme will offer more financial support to those who can afford it.
A range of measures will be introduced, including a new rule that allows the bail rate to be lowered if a debtor cannot pay off their debts.
The rules will also be modified to allow the scheme to apply to the entire country.
More on the bail-bond reform.