Mr Justice Paul Gilligan: his order means another will, made in 1976 in favour of Claire  Browne’s late brother Edward, uncle of Jacqueline   Maryon, is now her true last will and testament.

A retired journalist who bequeathed an estate with an estimated value of €500,000 to a builder friend did not have testamentary capacity to make the w(...)

Republic of Ireland’s Shane Long after the UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifying Playoff second leg at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

A dispute arising out of Irish international soccer player Shane Long’s transfer from Reading FC to West Bromwich Albion has come before the High Cour(...)

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(...)

A mother who claims her daughter suffered ‘horrendous adverse effects’ after receiving the HPV vaccine against cervical cancer has brought legal proceedings. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A mother who claims her daughter suffered “horrendous adverse effects” after receiving the HPV vaccine against cervical cancer has brought legal proce(...)

Bellinter House, Navan, Co Meath: as part of the settlement agreement DCM will give up vacant possession of the hotel by January 8th, 2016.

A dispute over the running of Bellinter House Hotel in Navan, Co Meath has been settled. DCM Hotels Ltd, which operated the hotel, brought High Court (...)

Papal nuncio to Ireland Archbishop Charles J Brown said letting each person define their own concepts of existence and meaning represents “an enormous abdication of our responsibility to seek some meaningful communality among human beings, based on our shared human nature”. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Having “absolute respect for life in all its stages and dimensions” is among the norms limiting the individual’s freedom to act as they might wish, th(...)

The judge was told the bowl was part of a dinner service commissioned by Queen Victoria (above) when staying at Balmoral Castle. Photograph: Popperfoto/Getty Images

A Co Westmeath man has given a court undertaking not to dissipate any funds connected with the estate of his late mother, said to include a Wedgwoo(...)

At the High Court on Tuesday, Dublin City Council sought injunctions against two members of the Irish Housing Network, Seamus Farrell (pictured above in the Bolt Hostel) and Aisling Hedderman, whom it claims are trespassing on the property.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

Dublin City Council has launched High Court proceedings aimed at removing alleged trespassers from properties occupied earlier this month by housing a(...)

Teacher whistleblower also claims the same colleague told him he had exposed himself to a different female graduate student “in the stands” at a sports grounds in 2011, the High Court heard.

A “whistleblower” teacher has claimed he told his school principal in 2011 that a male colleague had told him of having sex with a female graduate stu(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen was one of 10 customers of Anglo who were part of a deal in 2008 to slash businessman Seán Quinn’s stake in the troubled bank. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Moves may be made against developers Paddy McKillen and Gerry Maguire to recover loans given to them as part of the “Maple 10” investors in the former(...)