Search Results for 'Commercial Court'

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Receivers validly appointed to Castlebar hotels

A challenge brought against the validity of the receivers appointed to the TF Hotel and Theatre and Harlequin Hotel in Castlebar has been dismissed in the Commercial Court.

Licensee of TF objects to transfer of licence to receiver

The current licensee of the TF Royal Hotel and Theatre, Pat Jennings, who is nominee of Diorama Ltd—of which he is also a director—has objected to an ad interim transfer of the licence to the receiver. The TF Royal Hotel and Theatre and the Harlequin Hotel in Castlebar went into receivership on May 25 2012.

NAMA secures permission to move against Grehan brothers

THE National Assets Management Agency has secured court orders enabling it to move against UK assets of Galway-native developer brothers Raymond and Daniel Grehan as part of its efforts to recover unpaid loans of more than €300 million.

Health Minister and Kilkennyman sued over nursing home

A Kilkennyman is one of five people, including the Minister for Health James Reilly, being sued in connection with an alleged failure to buy their co-owners’ share of a nursing home in County Tipperary.

Pobal Chill Chomáin requests meeting with Minister

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Furbo builder is getting protection after money was borrowed from ‘guys in Limerick’

A GALWAY builder has told the High Court he is receiving Garda protection after money was borrowed from “guys in Limerick” on his behalf.

Monksland site drops over 98 per cent in value in four years

A 3Ha (7.5 acre) site on the outskirts of Athlone bought for €17.5m in 2004 and valued at €31m two years later, is now only worth €600,000, the Commercial Court was told last week.

Businessman consents to €2.7million summary judgment order

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Galway businessman John Sweeney, whose Black Shore Holdings company was wound up last week, has consented to a € 2.7 million summmary judgment order being made against him at the Commercial Court over unpaid loans.

Judgment orders secured against north Galway developers

A property developer has consented to an order for judgment for some €4.39 million against him over unpaid loans granted by the Educational Building Society.

Commercial Court pushes Clancy case back to November

A Galway builder who was warned in the Commercial Court last week that he would be put in prison for alleged contempt of orders requiring him to disclose to ACC bank all relevant details of his business affairs, has had the case put back for mention in early November.


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