Jim Kennedy firm claims damages from CAB over Carrickmines

Jackson Way Properties Ltd argues that a July 2006 freezing order was wrongfully obtained

Businessman  Jim Kennedy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Businessman Jim Kennedy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A company of businessman Jim Kennedy is seeking damages from the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) claiming it had no right to seek a court order which froze the ownership of lands in Carrickmines, Dublin, for several years.

Jackson Way Properties Ltd (JWPL), a Birmingham-registered company, claims a High Court freezing order obtained in July 2006 was wrongfully obtained, initially over 108 acres, and later over 17.6 acres rezoned in 1997 from agriculture to industrial use.

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