Council sues Britain's most controversial landlord who 'told its staff to kill themselves' – Daily Mail

Council sues Britain’s most controversial landlord after the multi-millionaire, 72, who banned ‘coloured’ tenants ‘told its staff to kill themselves during nine-year harassment campaign’Ashford Borough Council is applying to the High Court for permanent injuction Fergus Wilson, 72, is accused of belittling, insulting and abusing council staff In 2017 a court overturned his racist practice of banning

Landlords can still evict you for these reasons despite moratorium during pandemic – Yahoo News

The Week White House allies secretly wrote the Texas lawsuit asking the Supreme Court to overturn Biden’s win By Nov. 12, former President Donald Trump’s team of election lawyers knew he had lost his re-election bid, that despite Trump’s tweets and public comments, “there was no substantial evidence of election fraud, and there were nowhere

Bewley’s wants taxpayer to pay Grafton Street rent, landlord tells court – The Irish Times

A company connected with property developer Johnny Ronan claims the operators of Bewley’s Café in Dublin’s Grafton Street wants the taxpayer to foot its rent obligations by suggesting that it will donate the Harry Clarke stained glass windows in the premises to the Irish people. Donation of a heritage item to the State attracts a

Bewley’s wants taxpayer to foot rent bill, landlord tells court – The Irish Times

A company connected with property developer Johnny Ronan claims the operator of Bewley’s Café in Dublin’s Grafton Street wants the taxpayer to foot its rent obligations by suggesting that it will donate the Harry Clarke stained glass windows in the premises to the Irish people. Donation of a heritage item to the State attracts a

Johnny Ronan's firm sues Bewley’s over ownership of iconic stained-glass windows – Independent.ie

Developer Johnny Ronan’s firm is suing Bewley’s over ownership of the café’s iconic Harry Clarke stained-glass panels, estimated to be worth around €2m. A dispute erupted in December after Bewley’s owner Paddy Campbell vowed to donate the valuable artwork to the public. Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE), controlled by Mr Ronan, wrote to Bewley’s last

Survival scheme approved for Cara pharmacy group – The Irish Times

A High Court judge has approved a survival scheme for the Cara group of pharmacies which will see more than 150 jobs retained and more than €14 million invested in the group. Mr Justice Denis McDonald said on Thursday he was satisfied the relevant statutory requirements were met for him to approve the scheme for

Survival scheme for pharmacy group owned by ex-Dragons Den presenter saves 150 jobs – Irish Examiner

A High Court judge has approved a survival scheme for the Cara group of pharmacies which will see more than 150 jobs retained and more than €14m invested in the group. Mr Justice Denis McDonald said today he was satisfied the relevant statutory requirements were met for him to approve the scheme for 10 group

UK CVAs May Not Necessarily Apply in Ireland – Lexology

Apperley Investments Limited & Others v Monsoon Accessorize Limited [2020] IEHC 523 The Commercial Court has refused to apply the provisions of a Company Voluntary Arrangement (“CVA”), negotiated pursuant to the Insolvency Act 1986 in the UK, to Irish landlords as it would be “manifestly contrary to the public policy of the State”. These proceedings

Positive change on eviction exemptions – Commercial Trust Ltd

Published: Tuesday 26 January, 2021 By: Commercial Trust The UK government has updated its stance on exemptions to the rental eviction ban, a step which has been welcomed by the landlord community. ; A temporary suspension in debates due to the rise in covid-19 cases may mean that The House of Commons doesn’t get the