State bankruptcy authorities target Quinn earnings

Legal move follows Sunday Business Post story last month revealing Quinn’s new adviser role

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Ian Kehoe

14th January, 2015
Sean Quinn arrives at the High Court in 2011 Press Eye

The state’s bankruptcy authorities are making a dramatic move to capture future earnings of the former tycoon Sean Quinn, who is due to emerge from bankruptcy in the coming days.

The official assignee managing Quinn’s bankruptcy will make a High Court application in the coming days for an income payment order on Quinn, a move that would allow the official assignee to take a portion of Quinn’s future earnings.

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