Crosbie may have to show means in kiosks legal row

Fastwell, a company owned by the 72-year-old property developer’s wife, has launched an action against Calibrate Real Estate over the alleged termination of a lease last year

10th February, 2019
Harry Crosbie, the Dublin businessman who owns the Vicar Street venue Picture: Collins

Businessman Harry Crosbie may have to show he has the money to pursue a second High Court action over two kiosks serving coffee, refreshments and flowers at Grand Canal Harbour in Dublin.

Fastwell, a company owned by the 72-year-old property developer’s wife, has launched an action against Calibrate Real Estate over the alleged termination of a lease last year.

The claim follows an earlier contractual case against the previous landlord, OCL Capital, which...

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