Eason & Son told the court its lease agreement at Liffey Valley  included a clause which meant any dispute should go to arbitration.

Books and stationery group Eason, which is disputing rent arrears claims for its LiffeyValley store, has asked the Circuit Civil Court to stay legal p(...)

Bluebell United AFC sought a new lease for the Naas Road grounds following expiry in 2012 of its existing 35-year lease granted in 1977.

Bluebell United AFC has agreed a deal with its landlords over its playing grounds and clubhouse at Capco Park, Naas Road, Dublin.Barrister Padraic L(...)

A judge has thrown out a legal bid by the HSE to have a medical supplies company lift its €69,000 damages bill for an accident that injured a nurse in the Midland Regional Hospital, Mullingar, 14 years ago.

A judge has thrown out a legal bid by the HSE to have a medical supplies company lift its €69,000 damages bill for an accident that injured a nurse in(...)

Dr Lafayette Ronald Hubbard,  founder of the Church of Scientology, pictured in 1959. Photograph:  Chris Ware/Keystone Features/Getty Images

Allegations of intimidation and counter proceedings of alleged defamation involving existing and former members of the Church of Scientology linked fo(...)

The Kingdom of Spain sought a court order that because it was a sovereign state it could not be made amenable to the jurisdiction of the Irish courts.

A judge has struck out an application by the Kingdom of Spain for a declaration that it could not be sued for a rent arrears debt on its commercial of(...)

Chef Dylan McGrath pictured in 2010 in his  restaurant Rustic Stone in South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2. File Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

A court has granted a former chef de partie at celebrity chef Dylan McGrath’s Rustic Stone restaurant judgment for unpaid working hours against his fo(...)

Circuit Court hears Eason and Son  at Liffey Valley shopping centre, owes its landlord €423,000 in rent arrears.

Eason, the books and stationary store at Liffey Valley shopping centre, owes its landlord €423,000 in rent arrears, the Circuit Civil Court has hea(...)

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter  has lost his appeal against the Data Protection Commissioner’s decision on a complaint taken by Independent TD Mick Wallace over disclosures on RTE’s Primetime.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter has lost his appeal against a decision by the Data Protection Commissioner that he breached data protection l(...)

Taxi-driver Emmet Fay leaving the Four Courts  after deciding not to proceed with his Civil Court action for damages.  Photograph: Courts Collins

Taxi-driver Emmet Fay, who had claimed €38,000 damages for injuries he received in a hit-and-run incident almost five years ago, has agreed to a judge(...)

A view of Adamstown Avenue in west Dublin. Photograph: Google Street View

An Irish schoolteacher living on the Costa del Sol while renting out her Dublin apartment, has made a deal with her bank over an arrears debt on her m(...)

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