Edmund Honohan

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High Court master Edward Honohan: “Bank’s affidavits have fallen from grace. They no longer enjoy any presumption of accuracy.” Photograph: Collins

It is hard for judges to view bank records “without suspicion”, given recent banking scandals, and any judge who knowingly and uncritically favours ba(...)

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan. Mr Honohan had been dealing with up to 200 cases a week involving claims over debts. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Almost 3,500 people have signed a petition calling for the Master of the High Court, Edmund Honohan, to be returned to debt cases. Mr Honohan was dea(...)

The Master of the High Court, Edmund Honohan, most recently came to public attention after breaking windows in his courtroom in December to clear what he described as a ‘fug’ there.  Photograph: Collins

The decision by the President of the High Court to remove mortgage debt cases from the Master of the High Court has been described in the Dáil as “dee(...)

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan will from February 4th no longer deal with debt cases. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Master of the High Court, who from next week will no longer deal with debt cases, has been criticised by a judge over his decision dismissing a ba(...)

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan: His public pronouncements, and the frequency of them, contrasts with the low-profile style adopted by most figures significant in the daily life of the Four Courts. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Yesterday morning, Edmund Honohan gravely told his court he was about to say some words he never thought he’d utter. “I’m still wearing last night’s m(...)

The Master of the High Court has been a consistent critic of various banks and funds in their bids to secure judgment against debtors and in early 2018. Photograph: Collins Courts

Debt cases are to be removed from the Master of the High Court under a direction signed on Thursday by the President of the High Court. Master Edmun(...)

Sean O’Rourke: excited at the prospect of getting stuck into the Brexit action

Whoever came up with the adage that no news is good news clearly hasn’t been listening to the coverage of Brexit. Despite near-apocalyptic predictions(...)

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan: says he broke three internal windows with a hammer he brought into the Four Courts from his home to facilitate ventilation.

The Courts Service told Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan that the cost of repairing three windows he smashed with a hammer in his Dublin courtr(...)

The three small window panes which were broken are part of panelled windows at the top of a wall dividing  Edmund Honohan’s courtroom from an internal corridor in the Four Courts building.

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan broke three small internal window panes in his Four Courts courtroom with a hammer in an incident over air con(...)

John Brennan, of Confederation House, Waterford Business Park, Co Waterford, had sought more time from the master to respond to the judgment application by Nama company National Asset Loan Management. Photograph: Alan Betson

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan has struck out a €19 million claim for judgment against a businessman. The bank official who “got the bonus (...)

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