Court grants temporary order against landlord to prevent Meath Montessori closure – The Irish Times

The operator of a Montessori school and a family entertainment centre has secured a temporary High Court order preventing its landlord from retaking possession of its premises.

The order was secured by Fun2see Learning & Activity Centre Limited which operates the two businesses and employs 32 people, out of unit 21 Ashbourne Retail Park, in Co Meath.

Fun2see Learning sought the orders after its landlord Pargo Properties One Limited served it with a notice of forfeiture on Friday, September 13th last requiring it pay €1.48m of alleged arrears in rent within seven days.

At the High Court on Thursday, Conor Bowman Bl for Fun2see said the landlord’s claim of alleged arrears is disputed by his client, who he said has always paid its rent of approximately €1,500 a week.

He said the landlord bought the title from a National Asset Management Agency (Nama) appointed receiver after its original landlord got

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