O'Gara barred from taking legal actions on Dartmouth Square
The High Court has made an order preventing businessman Noel O’Gara bringing any further legal actions in relation to Dartmouth Square in Dublin.
The order was made by Mr Justice Peter Charleton yesterday after he dismissed Mr O’Gara’s application for an injunction aimed at preventing the completion of the sale of the two-acre site.
The injunction was sought against Tom Murray, official liquidator of Marble Granite Tiles, a company co-owned by Mr O’Gara and his wife Naramon, which bought Dartmouth Square in 2005 for about €750.
Mr Justice Charleton said nothing was put before the court by Mr O’Gara that would allow the court to halt the sale of the property. He also granted applications by Mr Murray’s lawyers to strike out all Mr O’Gara’s proceedings against the liquidator.