Ken Fennell

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Permission to serve short notice of the proceedings was granted, with the matter returned to next week. Photograph: iStock

A fund-appointed receiver has brought proceedings aimed at removing alleged trespassers from a business park in Co Mayo. Ken Fennell, an insolvency p(...)

 Counsel said Paul Howard and Una McClean, who are believed to be a couple, jointly owe Promontoria (Oyster) DAC €1.4m while Mr Howard owes an additional €400,000. File photograph: Pádraig O’Reilly

A fund-appointed receiver has obtained injunctions against the owners of several Dublin properties following reports last weekend that tenants were fo(...)

Luigi’s on the Ranelagh Road in Dublin.

A man has failed to get court orders preventing a receiver taking possession of a fish and chip shop in Ranelagh, Dublin. The High Court dismissed cl(...)

Charleville Town Centre: The anchor tenant, Dunnes Stores, along with Elverys Sports, own their own stores and will not be included in the sale

An eight-year-old shopping centre in Charleville, Co Cork, with an unusually high vacancy rate – 15 of the 17 retail units have never traded – is to b(...)

The 21-acre residential site near the Meath-Dublin border at Gormanstown

A 21-acre residential site near the Meath-Dublin border at Gormanstown goes on the market today at a guide price of €950,000. Agent CBRE is handling t(...)

The Square, Tallaght: Nama’s lawsuit against Dunnes Stores over plans to extend the shopping centre  is one of the cases in the State agency’s latest management report

Nama’s lawsuit against Dunnes Stores over plans to extend The Square shopping centre in Tallaght in Dublin is one of a number of cases mentioned in th(...)

Ken Fennell, an insolvency practitioner with Deloitte Ireland, sought the injunction after saying he could not take possession because several parties occupied parts of the property. Photograph:  Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A bank appointed receiver has secured an injunction requiring anti-eviction activist Ben Gilroy and several others to leave a commercial premises. Th(...)

Seatown Business Campus: being sold on the instructions of receiver Ken Fennell of Deloitte

A business park in Swords is fresh to the market this week, with agent Kelly Walsh Property Advisers guiding €2.75 million, equating to a net initial (...)

Mr Justice Paul Gilligan made a payment order for fees outstanding

The High Court has approved a $2.2 million (€2 million) payment for an American law firm for fees due to it from a liquidated Irish company. The mone(...)

Cerberus paid Nama €800m for Project Arrow, a portfolio of more than 1,900 loans secured on properties in Ireland, Britain and elsewhere, on which €6.25bn was outstanding

US company Cerberus has appointed receivers to a series of properties and companies whose debts it bought from the State and Ulster Bank in separate d(...)

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