Quinlan launches new case over Santander headquarters row
Developer responds to Edgeworth breach of contract claim
Businessman Derek Quinlan has launched a fresh court action against a company linked to London property mogul Robert Tchenguiz in a long-running row over a massive Spanish property deal.
“All we are doing is seeking to have the agreement which we completed with Edgeworth Capital in 2011 confirmed by the court,” said Quinlan’s spokesman last Friday.
“We are doing this because Edgeworth are claiming that Derek Quinlan is in breach of the...
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