Bank move prompts hoteliers' examinership bid Lender KBC had appointed receiver to two hotels

The company behind two well-known hotels in Meath and Dublin has sought bankruptcy protection from the High Court.

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Ian Kehoe

20th July, 2014

The company behind two well-known hotels in Meath and Dublin has sought bankruptcy protection from the High Court in a bid to stop its main lender seizing control of the properties.

The owners of the Waterside House Hotel in Donabate, Co Dublin and the Station House Hotel in Kilmessan, Co Meath, petitioned the courts in recent days for examinership, a court process that prevents creditors from moving against the company.

Accountant Jason Sheehy was installed...

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