Ferry dispute causes choppy waters at Waterford Castle

Judge says parties to Castle Island Resort row are ‘engaged in a high-stakes poker game’

31st July, 2016
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Waterford Castle

A ferry company, a Nama receiver and the crucial importance of access to a luxury island resort; these were the elements of a dispute that last week ended up in the High Court.

According to the judge, the Nama-appointed receiver and the ferry owner created a “public safety risk” in a row that became a “high-stakes poker game” at the Waterford Castle island resort.

The private contractual dispute led to gardaí...

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