The investor had asked to visit what had been identified as his investment at which point an email was sent to Hevey by his coaccused saying “shit, he wants to visit the land registry, how do we get over that?”.

A fraudster who sold the same two forests in Co Roscommon “over and over again” to unsuspecting investors has been given an extra two years in jail on(...)

The Supreme Court has dismissed, by a two to one majority, a Co Donegal property developer’s appeal over a €9.2m judgment granted against him arising from guarantees over unpaid loans to his building company.

The Supreme Court has dismissed, by a two to one majority, a Co Donegal property developer’s appeal over a €9.2 million judgment granted against him a(...)

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The Supreme Court has dismissed, by a two to one majority, a Co Donegal property developer’s appeal over a €9.2 million judgment granted against him a(...)

Jerry Beades, who lost an appeal against summary judgment by Ulster Bank for €3.5m in debt. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

The Supreme Court has ruled Ulster Bank is entitled to €3.5 million summary judgment against businessman Jerry Beades over unpaid loans. A three-judg(...)

A three judge Supreme Court, in a judgment on Friday, unanimously dismissed his appeal over the findings. Mr O’Halloran, aged in his 40s and with an address at Sandy Lane, Barbados, represented himself during the appeal. Final orders will be made later.

An Irish developer has lost his Supreme Court appeal over an order that he pay some €1.57 million damages over a luxury hotel and resort in the Caribb(...)

Court of Appeal says Minister for Justice is now obliged to ‘clarify with precision’ the reason for his refusal the judge said.

A teenage girl who has lived in Ireland with her eastern European parents since 2012, and whose five year old sister was born here, has won her appeal(...)

The Court of Appeal  also found the High Court had erred in making a finding that the man’s  house was not reasonably fit for human habitation when that had not been pleaded.

A man who was awarded €105,000 by a High Court judge after he claimed he slipped on tiles on the front porch of his local authority home will have to (...)

Mr Justice Max Barrett in the High Court had said the Minister for Justice’s discretionary practice of allowing applicants six weeks out of the country, for holidays or other reasons,  is not permitted by section 15.1 of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 2015. File photograph: Getty

The Minister for Justice has asked the Court of Appeal to overturn a “very restrictive” High Court finding, saying it means with “very, very few excep(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern, on behalf of the Court of Appeal, said the transfer of the loans from Nama (through its company National Assets Loan Management) to Promontoria was done properly.

A property developer has failed in an appeal in which he challenged the sale of his and his company’s loans of about €25 million to a fund. William F(...)

Denise Rowley’s wrist  was put in a temporary cast after her fall and then in a permanent one when she got home from Gran Canaria. She missed six weeks work at the time when she was training to be a dental nurse. File image: iStock.

A €26,000 award to a woman who broke her wrist when she fell on a ramp while leaving an apartment building while on holiday has been increased to more(...)

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