Homeless man wins Circuit Court discrimination case over landlord’s refusal of HAP tenants Irish Legal News
LANDLORDS are considering installing CCTV at their properties in Limerick due to a series of “destructive house parties” that took place during Charity Week. Several properties in Castletroy have been left “destroyed”, with almost 150 people “herded” out of one house party in College Court during the early hours of last Tuesday morning, it is
Senior counsel John Jordan and Alexander Owens are to be appointed to the High Court on advisement of a candidate list from the Judicial Appointments Advisory Board. The vacancies arise following the appointment of Ms Justice Caroline Costello and Ms Justice Isobel Kennedy to the Court of Appeal in November. Inner Bar Senior counsel John
A landlord has admitted she “would do things differently” after she lost at least €25,000 in an 18-month battle to remove rent-dodging tenants from her property. nn, who does not wish to be named for legal reasons, is owed €18,000 in rent arrears and has spent €6,000 cleaning and refurnishing the property since their departure.
Prof Harry Kennedy, our guide through the Central Mental Hospital and its clinical director, tells us to move quickly through the ward. He must have detected some worry on our faces as he immediately adds that there are no safety fears. Most of the people in the ward have committed violent crimes – some have