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The National Aquatic Centre at Abbotstown in Dublin. Dublin Waterworld Ltd entered into a lease in 2003 to operate the centre but a dispute later arose about whether VAT was payable on the lease. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The former operator of the National Aquatic Centre is claiming more than €30 million losses and damages over being pursued by a State-owned company fo(...)

Planning experts have warned that a recent High Court ruling with respect to unauthorised developments could undermine the regulatory system. The find(...)

Seán Dunne’s US court appeal says that in the absence of a stay he and his property will be subject to Irish insolvency proceedings “adversely impacting his rights, interests and liberties in numerous significant ways”. Photograph:  Brenda Fitzsimons

Developer Seán Dunne has lodged a new appeal in the US courts, seeking to reimpose a stay that would prevent Ulster Bank from proceeding with its peti(...)

Ben Power (right) and Broden Giambrone from Transgender Equality Network Ireland pictured in Smithfield, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Applying for university isn’t easy for anyone, but if you’re a transgender person the lack of protective legislation can create an added difficulty. (...)

Peter Creighton, a former prisoner in Wheatfield Prison, leaving court after he was awarded €150,000 damages following a High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former prisoner who sued the State over an incident in which he was slashed in the face and body in an unprovoked attack by a fellow inmate has been(...)

Tullow Oil, the exploration company headed by Irishman Aidan Heavey, has won a major London legal battle against Heritage Oil after a judge ruled in t(...)

The High Court will  consider a plan to rescue the Sunday Business Post  next week

The investor poised to take over the Sunday Business Post will put €750,000 into the newspaper if the High Court approves the rescue buyout package.Mr(...)

The Four Courts. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Department of the Environment has agreed to a High Court order overturning its own findings of no evidence of wrongdoing in the planning departmen(...)

The Four Courts: Stephen Noonan, son of Martina Noonan (77), has challenged the HSE’s refusal to approve an application under the Government’s Fair Deal scheme which provides payments for people who cannot afford long-term care in nursing homes.

An elderly woman is facing eviction from a nursing home after the Health Service Executive demanded she pay €38,000 a year for her accommodation becau(...)

A series of creditors meetings were held yesterday to consider the proposed sale of the Sunday Business Post for €2.75 million to investors led by media executive Paul Cooke.

An examiner will present his report on the rescue package for the Sunday Business Post newspaper to the High Court today.A series of creditors meeting(...)

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