Banks refuse to engage in Priory Hall conciliation
The main banks with mortgages outstanding at the troubled Priory Hall apartment complex in Dublin are refusing to engage with a conciliation process.
The main banks with mortgages outstanding at the troubled Priory Hall apartment complex in Dublin are refusing to engage with a conciliation process chaired by a former president of the High Court.
The conciliation process was initiated by Dublin City Council and announced last week. The local authority agreed to suspend for three months Supreme Court proceedings in which it is attempting to overturn a High Court order that it must pay for alternative temporary...
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