Chris Lehane

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Sean Dunne (pictured in 2019) was adjudicated bankrupt here in 2013 on foot of an application by Ulster Bank after he defaulted on €164 million in loans. Photograph: Douglas Healey

The High Court has overturned an order requiring bankrupt businessman Sean Dunne (66) to pay €7,000 a month for the benefit of creditors in his Irish (...)

In 2018, Sean Dunne was directed by the court to make payments of €7,000 monthly. Photograph: Collins Courts

An application by bankrupt businessman Sean Dunne to vary an order requiring him to pay €7,000 a month for the benefit of creditors in his Irish bankr(...)

 Chris Lehane: It is fundamentally important that those who try to cheat are not allowed get away with it. Photograph: Alan Betson

The financial fallout from Covid-19 is likely to result in a flood of unmanageable debt. But the bankruptcy regime they will face is much improved on (...)

John Hoey at Annacroft  outside Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan. File photograph: Pat Byrne

The High Court has extended the period of bankruptcy of a Co Monaghan farmer, who was adjudicated a bankrupt in February 2016, to February of 2024. A(...)

“The increase in the number of properties advertised for rent so far in March is likely to be related to the collapse in tourism and thus the fall in demand for short-term rentals,” Daft.ie economist Ronan Lyons said. Photograph: John MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images

Airbnb hosts across the country are coming to terms with a huge hit to their income as a result of mass cancellations due to the spread of coronavirus(...)

The order was sought  arising out of an allegation that Mr Dunne is not complying with a court order order to pay €7,000 monthly to increase the assets available for his creditors. Photograph: Douglas Healey

Developer and businessman Sean Dunne has been ordered by the High Court to provide his current home address to lawyers representing the official in ch(...)

Sean Dunne pictured at the Four Courts on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins Courts

An application for the jailing of the bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne has come before the High Court. The official who is looking after the ba(...)

In December last, Ms Justice Teresa Pilkington extended the bankruptcy of PJ Sweeney, of High Cairn, Ramelton, Co Donegal, to July 2025. Photograph: Alan Betson

An investigation into how the son of a Co Donegal bankrupt came to own property that had formerly been owned by his father, is being conducted by the (...)

Sean Dunne had paid a record €58 million for Walford in 2005 at the height of the boom under a trust set up for his second wife Gayle. The couple are now estranged.

Seán Dunne’s Irish bankruptcy trustee has agreed to lift a legal claim registered over a valuable Dublin 4 property which was sold for €14.2 million m(...)

Former developer Sean Dunne.

A long-running legal row over the bankruptcy of developer Sean Dunne and €14 million from the sale of a house on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road has been set(...)

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