Tyrrelstown property firm Vieira loses €2m Vat case
Vieira was set up by Richard and Michael Larkin to develop a very large and dense housing estate in the area between 2001 and 2009
A property company that was caught up in a storm over proposed mass evictions on a west Dublin estate two years ago has lost a €2 million Vat case.
The High Court has ruled that Vieira Limited entered a “purely artificial” licensing arrangement to sell 198 houses in Tyrrelstown with the principal aim of obtaining a tax advantage.
Vieira was set up by Richard and Michael Larkin to develop a very large and dense...
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