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The permission concerned a proposed development by Davy Target Investments ICAV of 167 residential units, a childcare facility and associated works at the Commons, Steeples Road, Duleek.

An Bord Pleanála has consented to a High Court order overturning its permission for construction of a development of 167 housing units in Duleek, Co M(...)

Local residents are challenging   a proposed major tourism development  at the Hellfire and Massy’s Woods, Dublin.  File Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A local residents group is seeking leave from the High Court to bring proceedings aimed at overturning permission for a €15 million visitor centre at (...)

‘Governments have wide discretion in selecting judges for appointment by the President.’ File photograph: Getty Images

Few public appointment processes are more important, yet none is more haphazard or opaque. Governments have wide discretion in selecting judges for (...)

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee: a spokesman said she is ‘committed to finding suitable means to progress any necessary legislative changes as expeditiously as possible in order to respond to concerns that have been raised’.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has signalled her intention to pursue changes to legislation following a court ruling that bans the naming of a dec(...)

Walford, on Shrewsbury Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, was bought in 2005 for €57 million in trust by Mr Dunne for his now ex-wife Gayle Killilea

A company owned by bankrupt developer Seán Dunne’s son John Dunne should pay €270,000 stamp duty – and not some €1.4 million as assessed by Revenue – (...)

It is alleged that Dunnes Stores and the retail park’s management company contacted the defendants asking them to desist from selling food products. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

Dunnes Stores has launched a High Court action aimed at preventing a rival retailer from continuing to sell food products and groceries from a unit at(...)

Mr Justice Tony Hunt: The “natural and ordinary meaning of the term ‘child’ does not encompass a deceased child or an adult”. Photograph: Collins Courts

A court ruling has highlighted the need for legislation to fix anomalies in the 2001 Children Act that prevents perpetrators of crimes against childre(...)

The judge made orders for sale of the family home and giving the woman sole residence there pending the sale.

A High Court judge, in granting a woman a decree of divorce, has found her estranged husband has still not fully disclosed his financial position and (...)

Restriction declarations have already been made against three directors but John McKeogh contested the application against him. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has refused to strike out an application to restrict from directorships the former chief executive of a liquidated concrete products gr(...)

The Byrnes brought various High Court proceedings arising out of the acquisition of the loans and the properties being put into receivership. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Court of Appeal has dismissed an action by a father and son over the acquisition of some €6.2 million in loans by Nama. The proceedings by Vincen(...)

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