ACCLM claim   loans to buy land in Co Dublin were issued in 2009 and secured by mortgages on some 137 acres at Merryfalls, Meakstown. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A man has consented to judgment for some €44.3 million being entered against him at the Commercial Court over unpaid loans issued to buy lands in Co D(...)

Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald has portrayed a Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil coalition as the “nightmare scenario” for anyone who believes in equality.

Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald has portrayed a Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil coalition as the “nightmare scenario” for anyone who believes in e(...)

Mick Wallace last month failed to halt Cerberus’s efforts to obtain a High Court judgment for €2 million arising out of a debt due from his company. Photograph: Eric Luke

US fund Cerberus is winding up TD Mick Wallace’s property business just weeks after it succeeded in winning a €2 million judgment against him. Mr Wal(...)

Cllr John O’Donnell from Donegal filmed in a meeting with an undercover RTÉ reporter.  Photograph: RTÉ

A Donegal county councillor has told a court he is facing bankruptcy as a result of failed business dealings and does not have money to pay compensati(...)

A fund has won its application for €2 million summary judgment orders against Independent TD Mick Wallace.

A fund has won its application for €2 million summary judgment orders against Independent TD Mick Wallace over his guarantee of a loan given by Ulster(...)

The scales  of justice on the roof of the Four Courts  in Dublin
Judgments: Key cases in brief

A certificate is required to appeal a costs order to Supreme Court. Rowan vs Kerry County Council, IESC 99 (Supreme Court, Dunne J, McKechnie J, Decem(...)

The partially let shopping centre and office block in Portlaoise

A partially let shopping centre and office block in Portlaoise has come on the market with a guide price of €4.2 million. Agent Lambert Smith Hampton (...)

Mr Justice Paul Gilligan in the High Court  ruled ACC is entitled to an order requiring Dr Gerald Stephens to specifically perform an undertaking that his Thornhill Manor property  would be put up as security for a €400,000 loan given to the couple when they decided to sell the house and build another home on adjacent land they had acquired. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

A bank is entitled to an order requiring a retired doctor to provide a legal charge over the “palladian style” 11-bedroom home of himself and his wife(...)

Videos are being promoted by campaign groups and private citizens determined to show the less savoury and infrequently seen aspects of a modern eviction, which is often accompanied by anguish on the part of those evicted and tussles between sheriffs’ agents and protesters.

Campaign groups are increasingly posting videos of evictions, and attempted evictions, on social media to show the “reality” of modern evictions. Two (...)

ACC Bank announced plans to withdraw from providing standard banking products, such as deposit accounts and current accounts and to focus solely on recovering its loans and advances in October 2013

The former ACC Bank, which now trades as ACC Loan Management, has said after-tax losses fell by 43 per cent to €166 million in 2014 as against €290 mi(...)