Violet Coyne is  comforted by Ruth Coppinger  as  personal belongings are  removed from the rental home in Carpenterstown she shared with her husband Martin for 15 years. Photograph: Alan Betson

Violet and Martin Coyne said they “hadn’t a clue” where they would sleep last night and contemplated the prospect of spending the night in a van after(...)

Violet Coyne (61), outside the Four Courts today after being evicted from their home. Photograph: Bryan O’Brian/The Irish Times 1:27

The possessions of Violet and Martin Coyne will be collected from their home tonight by an arrangement made in the court today. Reacting outsid(...)

Ms Justice Iseult O’Malley restrained Tuskar from selling properties

A Wexford family consisting of two brothers and their father, and a company, Tuskar Property Holdings Limited, were restrained by the High Court yest(...)

Martin Coyne facing eviction 1:20

An order for the eviction of a couple from the home they have lived in for 15 years can be sent to the County Sheriff for execution, a judge has sa(...)

Violet and Martin Coyne were  ordered to leave their home by March 2013. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A couple who have been ordered to leave their home of 15 years have said they fear a court appearance today could lead to their imprisonment.Violet ((...)

Violet and Martin Coyne have been ordered to leave their home in Blanchardstown, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A Dublin couple, who have been ordered by Dublin Circuit Court to vacate their home by midnight tomorrow, say they have nowhere else to live and fac(...)

Preliminary roadside breath test not necessary where opinion underlying arrest formed DPP v. Moran [2014] IEHC 341 (High Court, Kearns P, 4 July 2014)(...)

Acc Bank accused certain solicitors of misconduct. Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

ACC Bank abused the courts process by bringing a “trivial” case over a technical breach by a law firm in relation to its duty to register a mortgage o(...)

Former chief executive of Independent News and Media Sir Anthony O Reilly: AIB said it believed his overall debts were greater than his remaining assets. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Sir Anthony O’Reilly, once the State’s richest man, was called “insolvent” by AIB as it had a judgment for €22.6 million entered against him in the Co(...)

AIB said yesterday it was tired of “forbearance” and was worried it would be pushed to the “back of the queue” if it didn’t move against O’Reilly. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bernard Somers slipped into the back of Court No 1 in the commercial court at 2.25pm yesterday. The veteran accountant had fought a behind-the-scenes (...)