Court instructs landlord to let boxing gym operator back into Dublin premises – Irish Examiner

The operator of a boxing gym has secured a temporary High Court injunction requiring his landlord to let him back into his Dublin city centre based business. The injunction was granted in favour of Karl Bennett who runs the ‘Underdog Boxing’ gym and fitness business on the third and fourth floors of Greenside House, Cuffe

Boxing gym operator gets injunction against landlord – The Irish Times

The operator of a boxing gym in Dublin city centre has secured a temporary High Court injunction requiring his landlord to let him back into the premises. Karl Bennett, who runs the Underdog Boxing gym and fitness business on the third and fourth floors of Greenside House, Cuffe House, Dublin 2, sought the injunction against

Property Company Hit With Millions In Fines – The Deutsche Wohnen Case – Privacy – Germany – Mondaq News Alerts

Germany: Property Company Hit With Millions In Fines – The Deutsche Wohnen Case 26 November 2019 Heuking Kuehn Lueer Wojtek PartGmbB 0 Liked this Article To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. On October 30, 2019 Berlin’s Data Protection Authority imposed a fine of 14.5 million Euros

Small private landlords are quitting ‘in their droves’, says seller of Glenageary house – The Irish Times

A smart mid-terrace Dalkey three bed sits in a secluded 1990s scheme of just nine houses tucked away off Arkendale Road not far from Glenageary Dart Station. It was purchased as an investment property in 1999, but its owner has reluctantly decided to sell because he says it is no longer viable to continue to

Marissa's landlord brother told to pay €22k in rental row – Herald.ie

A landlord who was previously brought up in court for overcrowding a five-bedroom property with up to 70 people has been ordered to pay more than €22,000 in rent arrears and damages. ubliner Christian Carter, who is the younger brother of Cocoa Brown founder Marissa Carter, was ordered by the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) to

Controversial landlord now ordered to pay back €22,000 – Independent.ie

A landlord who was previously in court for overcrowding a five-bedroom property with up to 70 people has been ordered to pay more than €22,000 in rent arrears and damages. Christian Carter – younger brother of Cocoa Brown founder Marissa Carter – was ordered by the Residential Tenancies Board to pay €16,000 in rent arrears

Berlin Data Protection Commissioner Imposes €14.5 Million Fine For GDPR Infringement – Privacy – Malta – Mondaq News Alerts

To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. On 30 October 2019, the Berlin Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (Berliner Beauftragte für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit) (“Berlin DPA”) issued a €14.5 million administrative fine against the real estate company Deutsche Wohnen SE for infringements of the