Jerry Beades of the new Land League, who pinned a notice to the gates of Gorse Hill at Killiney Co. Dublin shortly before a noon deadline for the family to vacate the property. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A receiver for Bank of Ireland finally took possession of the Killiney, Co Dublin mansion, Gorse Hill, just before lunchtime on Wednesday. Retired sol(...)

John Martin of the New Land League, pictured on the property of Gorse Hill, the Killiney mansion at the centre of the O’Donnell eviction dispute. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A member of the New Land League blockading the O’Donnell family house in Killiney has threatened to take an action against broadcaster Vincent Browne (...)

The  O’Donnell family home at Gorse Hill,   Killiney. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times 1:45

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell remains in his family’s luxury Killiney home after his adult children petitioned the High Court for a last minute reprieve o(...)

Gorse Hill in Killiney which was bought by Brian and Mary Patricia O’Donnell in 1997/8 as part of a “very complex legal structure”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The adult children of solicitor Brian O’Donnell have been told by the Supreme Court they must leave their luxury Co Dublin home by next month so a ban(...)

Gorse Hill, Vico Road, Killiney: residence of some of  lawyer Brian O’Donnell’s children

A bank-appointed receiver wants the adult children of solicitor Brian O’Donnell out of their Co Dublin luxury home by February 1st following a Supreme(...)

Gorse Hill, Killiney: a hearing of Bank of Ireland’s claim for damages against the children, based on a calculation of loss of rental income, also remains on hold. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Supreme Court has reserved judgment on an appeal by the four adult children of solicitor Brian O’Donnell aimed at preventing Bank of Ireland ge(...)

 Gorse Hill, Killiney: owned by a company, Vico Ltd, which in turn was wholly owned by a trust set up for the benefit of the couple’s four children.   Photograph: Cyril Byrne /The Irish Times

Bank of Ireland has denied claims it “turned a blind eye” when solicitor Brian O’Donnell provided the family’s luxury home in Co Dublin as security fo(...)

Blaise and Blake O’Donnell, children of solicitor Brian O Donnell, leaving the Four Courts yesterday after a Supreme Court appeal. Photograph: Collins Courts

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell misrepresented that he owned the family’s luxury home in Killiney in order to get credit from Bank of Ireland, when the real(...)

Brian and Mary Patricia O’Donnell. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

The four adult children of solicitor Brian O’Donnell have asked the SupremeCourt to quash an order permitting Bank of Ireland to get possession of the(...)

Barrister Rossa Fanning, for Tom Kavanagh, the receiver appointed by Bank of Ireland to the south Dublin family home of solicitor Brian O’Donnell, said a hearing to assess damages for lost rental income from the property would not proceed on November 5th, as had been scheduled, but would be deferred. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A claim by a bank-appointed receiver for more than €180,000 damages for lost rental income from the luxury south Dublin family home of solicitor Brian(...)