Documents sought from IBRC in Octagon legal bust-up Bank told to hand over Section 481 statements

7th April, 2019
Vikings has been a hit for Octagon Films but its shareholders are at war in the High Court

The judge presiding over a multimillion-euro dispute between shareholders in Octagon Films has directed former Anglo Irish Bank successor IBRC to provide copies of bank statements to the parties in the case.

The epic battle between Irish film and TV grandees Morgan O’Sullivan and James Flynn and Berlin investor Winfried Hammacher was back in court last Tuesday, when Justice Teresa Pilkington said the IBRC should provide bank details connected with Section 481 tax break investments...

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