Friends of the Irish Environment brought the case against the Government, the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Ireland and the Attorney General.

The Court of Appeal has rejected most of an environmental group’s appeal against a refusal to overturn the €116 billion Project Ireland 2040 plan for (...)

A High Court judge was “mistaken” in not deciding if a warrant issued for the seizure of the phone of a provincial newspaper editor was valid or invalid, the Court of Appeal has heard. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A High Court judge was “mistaken” in not deciding if a warrant issued for the seizure of the phone of a provincial newspaper editor was valid or inval(...)

 The former old Ballivor National School, which was acquired by Narcanon to turn into a drug rehabilitation facility. Photograph:  Seamus Farrelly

The Court of Appeal has upheld a decision which means a €9 million residential drug rehabilitation centre linked to the Church of Scientology can go a(...)

 NCPS provides parking control in locations such as apartment complexes, churches, schools and hospitals (stock image of wheel clamp). Photograph: iStock

A car parking management company is liable for €1.7 million VAT on fees collected for its de-clamping service, the Court of Appeal has ruled. Nationw(...)

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(...)

Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The owners of apartments in Ratoath, Co Meath are suing the developers over alleged defects in the development. Twenty-six owners of apartments in Ri(...)

Property developer Michael O’Flynn, pictured leaving the Four Courts last year. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has dismissed a challenge by Patrick Cox and others against a ruling that they cannot get access to documents held by companies li(...)

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(...)

Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Court of Appeal has dismissed most of an appeal over discovery of documents sought by a cement manufacturer for its action against two rival compa(...)

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