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£120,000 deposit claim is struck out

The High Court has struck out a ten-year-old claim by two men for the return of a IR£120,000 deposit which was retained by the owners of a Mullingar pub they’d promised to buy.

3rd September, 2011

The High Court has struck out a ten-year-old claim by two men for the return of a IR£120,000 deposit which was retained by the owners of a Mullingar pub they’d promised to buy.

Ernest and Liam Fahy had been due to buy the Covert pub from Thomas Scanlon and Aidan McGuinness in 1999 for £1.2million,but pulled out of the deal, claiming that sales figures had been exaggerated.

They said they were...

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