Property investor Patrick McKillen has paid £1.51 million on account and will now have 14 days to pay the outstanding £2.65 million for his failed High Court battle in London in 2012 to win control of three luxury hotels. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Property investor Patrick McKillen must pay £4 million (€4.8 million) to cover financier Derek Quinlan’s costs in Mr McKillen’(...)

Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay: using an offshore family trust, they bought Littlewoods in 2002 for more than £700 million. Photograph: Michael Stephens/AFP/Getty Images

The Barclay brothers, who have fought Irish investor Patrick McKillen for four years for (...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen leaves The Rolls Building at The High Court, in central London, for his legal dispute against the Barclay Brothers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday March 19, 2012. Threed: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Patrick McKillen, who has been locked in a drawn out battle with the UK’s Barclay Brothers for control of three of London’s most exclusive hote(...)

Property investor Patrick McKillen will have to pay nearly €10 million to cover the legal costs of the billio(...)

Financier Derek Quinlan  yesterday served papers on Mr McKillen in anticipation of a legal challenge in Dublin. Photograph: Bloomberg News

Financier Derek Quinlan has lodged a High Court bid in London to stop property developer Patrick McKillen from taking legal action in Ireland to force(...)

Patrick McKillen: Lord Justice Moore-Bick has found “no proprietary interest” in his shares had been transferred to the Barclays in a deal done in September 2011. Photograph: Max Nash/PA Wire

Property developer Patrick McKillen has lost the latest chapter in his battle with the billionaire Barclay brothers over control of three of London’s (...)