Occupants of two Dublin properties appeal against court order to leave – BreakingNews.ie

Twenty people who have lived for several years in two Dublin properties want the Court of Appeal to overturn an order requiring “persons unknown” to leave the properties.

The three judge Court of Appeal will rule next week on the appeal over the disputed High Court order granted to Pepper Finance Corporation DAC in November 2020.

A separate judgment is awaited from the High Court on Pepper’s application for orders for attachment and committal against various respondents over failure to leave the properties on foot of the November order.

Pepper has said it wants orders for attachment – arrest – of those respondents represented in court for the purpose of being brought before the court. It has said the attachment orders should be stayed for a number of weeks to give the respondents a chance to make alternative arrangements.


Businessman Jerry Beades is the registered owner, but not an occupant, of

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