The High Court has appointed provisional liquidators to one of the country's best known travel agents – TheJournal.ie

Image: The Irish Image Collection Image: The Irish Image Collection THE HIGH COURT has appointed provisional liquidators to a well-known travel agent company. The company, Joe Walsh Pilgrimtours, had for many years brought mainly elderly groups or Irish Catholics on package tours to Lourdes in France, Fatima in Portugal, Rome and Medjugorje in Bosnia.  However,

Shepherd and Wedderburn announces partner and legal director promotions – Scottish Legal News

Published 26 April 2021 Shepherd and Wedderburn has promoted four of its lawyers to partner and two to legal director. The newly assumed partners are property and infrastructure specialists Nigel Sievwright and Fraser Grant, commercial disputes specialist Matt Phillip, and health and safety/regulatory specialist Kevin Clancy. Mr Clancy joined Shepherd and Wedderburn as a trainee

Clodagh Finn: Honouring the Irish woman who won five US Open tennis titles – Irish Examiner

It is heartrending to think that Ireland’s most successful tennis player, five-time US Open tennis champion Mabel Esmonde Cahill, spent her final days in a workhouse and was buried in an unmarked grave. At least now, in the place where she spent her earliest days, that unrivalled achievement is being remembered. When Kilkenny Tennis Club

Dispute between Central Park landlord and Tullow Oil fast-tracked to Commercial Court – The Irish Times

A dispute between the landlord of a south Dublin premises and Tullow Oil has been admitted to the fast-track Commercial Court. The action has been brought by Central Park GP Co Propco Ltd against Tullow Oil Ltd and UK-registered Tullow Oil Plc over three lease agreements for the fifth, sixth and seventh floors of the

And finally… cough it up – Irish Legal News

And finally… cough it up Published 19 April 2021 A landlord couple who refused to return a security deposit to tenants they accused of ruining the property with cigar smoke are facing a £100,000 legal bill. Nick Boakes and husband Harald Denker counter-sued after their former tenant Jonathan Hagmaier went to court for the return

Summary Judgment – What is it and When is it Available? – Lexology

Introduction Proceedings in the Irish High Court are generally commenced by an originating summons. The relevant procedure is governed by the Rules of the Superior Courts (RSC). Where oral evidence is required, a plenary summons will issue. Where no oral evidence is required, and the proceedings can be determined by way of affidavit evidence, a

Summary Judgment – What is it and When is it Available? – Lexology

Introduction Proceedings in the Irish High Court are generally commenced by an originating summons. The relevant procedure is governed by the Rules of the Superior Courts (RSC). Where oral evidence is required, a plenary summons will issue. Where no oral evidence is required, and the proceedings can be determined by way of affidavit evidence, a

Cork 'Covid party house' landlord hits back at critics after court order quashed – Irish Examiner

The landlord who owns houses dubbed ‘Covid party house’ and ‘party central’ in Cork City has lashed out at some of the long-term residents of the city’s university precinct who live nearby. “The first I knew about potential issues with regard to my property was when the Magazine Road Residents Association organised a picket of

Landlord welcomes High Court quashing of ruling over students’ Covid house parties – The Irish Times

A landlord has welcomed a High Court order quashing a ruling by a district court judge which held him responsible for noise pollution emanating from students holding lockdown parties at two of his properties near University College Cork. Fachtna O’Reilly, of Birchley, Model Farm Road, Carrigrohane, Cork, had been told by Judge Olann Kelleher last

And finally… grow up – Irish Legal News

And finally… grow up Published 15 April 2021 A landlord who evicted tenants who he discovered had set up a cannabis grow house has admitted taking over the operation himself. John Sheahan, from Co Cork, was slapped with a two-year suspended sentence this week after pleading guilty to offences including possessing cannabis for sale or