Court rules Montessori is entitled to injunction preventing landlord taking possession of premises until case decided – TheJournal.ie

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THE OPERATOR OF a Montessori school and a family entertainment centre has secured a High Court injunction preventing its landlord from retaking possession of its premises.

In a ruling  Ms Justice Teresa Pilkington said that Fun2see Learning & Activity Centre Limited which operates the two businesses that employs 32 people, out of unit 21 Ashbourne Retail Park, in Co Meath was entitled to have an injunction that was granted last September kept in place until the full hearing of the dispute.

The judge directed that the full hearing of the matter, which she described as a landlord and tenant dispute, be heard as soon as possible.

The injunction prevents the landlord, Pargo Properties One Limited, from re-entering and taking possession of the premises or from interfering with the tenant’s businesses operated from the unit.

The injunction was sought after

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