26/10/2012Sean Quinn Jr and his wife, Karen Woods leaving court yesterday(Fri) after a High Court action.Pic: Collins Courts

Ciara Quinn, a daughter of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn, has secured court orders, with the consent of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation, allowing (...)

Sean Quinn Jnr has asked the High Court to vary orders freezing his assets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The son of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn has asked the Commercial Court to vary freezing orders on his assets to allow him and his wife, who is expe(...)

Seán Quinn jnr

The son of bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn will have finally purged his contempt of court orders restraining asset-stripping from Quinn companies when(...)

A file image of Sean Quinn junior and his wife Karen Woods leaving the High Court last year.   The court said today the sale of his  Dublin home will purge contempt of court orders against him.

The sale of Sean Quinn junior’s Dublin home for between €400,000 and €440,000 in the next four weeks will finally purge contempt of court orders again(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly

A High Court judge has said it is “simply incredible” to accept claims by several members of Sean Quinn’s family they cannot produce documents conc(...)

 Alder Lodge, Farmleigh Woods, Castleknock, Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

Sean Quinn Junior is to sell his Dublin home, described as his only owned asset, in a bid to finally purge his contempt of court orders after a High C(...)

Sean Quinn junior leaves the Supreme Court in Dublin.

jnr is offering to provide €75,000 towards purging his contempt of court orders restraining stripping of assets(...)

File photo of Sean Quinn Jnr who was found guilty of contempt in June 2012. Photograph: David Sleator /The
Irish
Times

Sean Quinn Junior is offering to provide € 75,000 towards purging his contempt of court orders restraining stripping of assets from the Quinn f(...)

Karen Woods, wife of Sean Quinn jnr (centre) at the Four Courts in Dublin last Octoberwith his sisters Aoife Quinn (left) and Colette Quinn (right). Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Quinn family have told the High Court their claims of criminal actions by the former Anglo Irish Bank are supported by the decision to take(...)