Goodman company hearing told of €680,000 bill for receivership

19th November, 2017
The Blackrock Clinic

Debts called in by a Larry Goodman firm against fellow shareholders in the Blackrock Clinic included a €680,000 bill for the cost of a receiver, the Court of Appeal has heard.

Breccia, a business controlled by the beef baron, claims it is entitled to add millions of euro in default interest and all enforcement costs on top of the base sums owed by US based developer John Flynn and hospital founder Dr Joseph Sheehan.

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