Tom Kavanagh

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Monaghan company Silverstream is now suing AIB for breach of contract, negligence and breach of both confidentiality and duty to avoid conflict of interests. Photograph: Paul McErlane/Reuters

AIB is being sued by a Monaghan company that alleges receivers appointed by the bank sold land to Applegreen for several million pounds less than a pr(...)

The Arena Centre

A portfolio of 122 apartments in Tallaght which is generating a rent roll of €2.08 million should tempt the considerable weight of money looking for e(...)

It was claimed that cattle were seen on the lands on certain days and that agents of the receiver were told to leave the property by a person purporting to be an employee of Mr Morrin. File photograph: Getty Images

A farmer has agreed to comply with High Court orders to vacate 50 acres owned by him over which a receiver has been appointed. Tom Morrin told the c(...)

The Foxhunter closed its doors in 2012 five years after it was bought by  a consortium  for about €17 million

The former Foxhunter pub in Lucan is on the market through agent Savills and, while there’s no official guide price for the property, it could achieve(...)

In September, Ms Justice Caroline Costello dismissed her case as frivolous and bound to fail.

The High Court has refused a woman’s application to introduce more evidence into a case over repossession by a fund of a house that she owned. Patric(...)

Prof Niall O’Donohoe: wise, resourceful  and  compassionate

Those who knew the late Prof Niall O’Donohoe in recent years will recall a softly spoken polymath, a kindly grandfather figure and an incorrigible rom(...)

Anglo Irish Bank granted loans to the couple totalling €4.3 million to enable them refinance existing facilities with the bank. Photograph: Frank Miller

A fund is suing a couple for recovery of €3.34 million arising out of loans made to them in 2008 by the former Anglo Irish Bank. Ennis Property Fina(...)

Former Buck Whaley’s nightclub on Leeson Street, Dublin 2, has come to market

The former Buck Whaley’s nightclub on Leeson Street, Dublin 2, is on the market for €2.75 million through agent Cushman & Wakefield. It is being (...)

Lynda Collins, who died from injuries when a branch fell on her in 2011: her husband Richard Collins, on behalf of their three children and other dependants, sued the owners of the land that the tree was on

A High Court judge has varied an order after media groups said it stopped them from reporting key details of a case brought by the family of a woman (...)

At least €70,000 has been spent preparing the property for sale

Gorse Hill, the controversial home at the centre of a long-running and bitter ownership battle between Brian and Dr Mary Pat O’Donnell and Bank of Ire(...)

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