Mr Justice Donald Binchy ruled that Shane and Antoinette O’Reilly were entitled to the costs of having to rent alternative accommodation. They claimed they had problems with leaks, inappropriate ventilation, water ingress on the property’s balconies, insulation and cracks in the building from the time they took up residence.

The builders of a house, which a couple and their young children were forced to leave seven years ago because of sickness allegedly due to “toxic” mou(...)

The High Court has granted an injunction preventing two businessmen interfering with his efforts to take over a commercial property in Malahide, Co Dublin

A receiver has been granted a High Court injunction preventing two businessmen interfering with his efforts to take over a commercial property in Mala(...)

Patricia McLeish said  she has been living in rented accommodation after she and her family had to leave their home when it was repossessed by Bank of Ireland.

A mother of nine has secured a temporary High Court injunction temporarily halting the sale of her family home in Co Clare. Patricia McLeish told the(...)

Sean Farrell in wanted in Northern Ireland for attempted murder and possession of explosives with intent to endanger life.

A Dublin man wanted in Northern Ireland over the attempted murder of a police officer has been granted bail after his mother agreed to a €30,000 suret(...)

Mr Justice Donald Binchy declined to grant such an order after accepted Facebook’s arguments that TVO’s life or physical safety might be in danger from the Ugandan authorities should this happen.

Defamatory posts about a Ugandan lawyer who has brought proceedings against Facebook Ireland have been removed, the High Court has heard. Last month,(...)

A blogger will have to remove defamatory posts from his Facebook page within two weeks or a new application can be made to have their location and identity revealed, the High Court has ruled. File photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

A blogger will have to remove defamatory posts from his Facebook page within two weeks or a new application can be made to have their location and ide(...)

Caoimhin McGeever, otherwise known as Kevin McGeever, a former property developer, who faked his own kidnapping, could be jailed for contempt of a court order directing him to provide full details of his assets. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire.

A former property developer, who faked his own kidnapping, could be jailed for contempt of a court order directing him to provide full details of his(...)

A 31-year-old father of seven wanted in Britain on charges including blackmail has been brought before the High Court in Dublin. The UK is seeking t(...)

The Equality Tribunal found in 2014 that NUIG lecturer, Dr Micheline Sheehy Skeffington, was discriminated against on grounds of gender. File  Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy/The Irish Times

A judge has granted an application by National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) for a trial of preliminary legal issues before a full hearing of ac(...)

Mr Justice Donald Binchy  was satisfied from the evidence there was “express intent” by the developer and his wife “to defeat any potential claim” by the solicitor. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A property developer has lost his appeal against a ruling he transferred his home in Shankill, Co Dublin into his wife’s name with the intention of de(...)

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