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Gerry Ward, of Mount Eagle Green, Leopardstown Heights, Dublin  disputes the validity of the receiver’s appointment over a property in Cherry Orchard.

A judge has directed a south Dublin businessman be brought before the High Court by gardaí next week over alleged contempt of court orders not to inte(...)

Mr Justice Séamus Noonan struck out taxi driver Paul Byrne’s appeal  and adjourned a counter-claim which Dublin Bus had brought.

A taxi driver, who claimed he was injured when a passenger opened the door of his cab into the path of an oncoming bus, has settled his appeal over th(...)

The judge  said the students were entitled to return back to the house, and said she was satisfied from the evidence before the court the receiver’s appointment was valid.

Four students are to be allowed back into a house in Limerick they were renting following a High Court ruling. On Thursday, Ms Justice Marie Baker ex(...)

An independent psychiatrist  said he had some hope  there might be some improvement in aspects of a brain-injured woman’s condition, if she is properly assessed and treated.

A mother wept in the High Court today as it made orders for her brain-injured daughter to be moved to a UK facility after being told there is no publi(...)

Ray and Aoife Manton, of Dualla Road, Cashel, Co Tipperary, look on as solicitor Anne M Fitzpatrick talks to the media outside the Four Courts on Thursday. Photograph: Collins Courts

South Tipperary General Hospital apologised in the High Court on Thursday for a second time to the family of a nine-year-old Tipperary girl with cereb(...)

 Carrolls said there was no basis for the injunctions sought at the High Court and denied any breaches of food safety standards.

A meat factory production manager has brought High Court proceedings claiming he was unfairly suspended by his employer for a period. Following his s(...)

Colm and Siobhán Gallagher of Dunmore East in Waterford, whose daughter Martha Gallagher was awarded €8.8 million in damages, told the High Court  they just want to live their lives and move on. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A child who sued over the circumstances of her birth at Waterford Regional Hospital has settled her High Court action for €8.8 million. The settleme(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly said while a person of sound mind can drink themselves to death, he could not permit that to happen to a ward of court. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A High Court judge has ordered the arrest of an “extraordinarily vulnerable” woman so she can undergo urgent detoxification and other treatment amid f(...)

A High Court judge has warned Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, it must urgently find an appropriate placement for a troubled girl.

A High Court judge has warned Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, it must urgently find an appropriate placement for a troubled girl amid concerns abo(...)

The Court of Appeal will hear a case next week aimed at reversing a decision that buildings on Moore Street are a 1916 battlefield. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Court of Appeal will next week hear the State’s appeal against a High Court declaration that various buildings and sites on and around Moore Stree(...)

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