A REPRESENTATIVE of the Residential Tenancies Board and a barrister acting on their behalf apologised to a West Cork solicitor and her client for the manner in which it handled an appeal.
Barrister, Eoghan Cole, addressed Judge James McNulty at Skibbereen District Court and said he wished to apologise to Colette McCarthy of Wolfe & Company, and her client, Timothy Hadley of Moneyvolihane, Skibbereen, for the failure of the board, and its agents, to respond appropriately to Ms McCarthy’s request for information and assistance in this matter.
The barrister also acknowledged that the Residential Tenancies Board – an organisation that resolves disputes between landlords, tenants and third parties – fell short of the standards expected.
The issue came before the district court on two previous occasions. On the first occasion, Ms McCarthy said the receiver, who was appointed by the Bank of Scotland, served a termination notice on the tenants and
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