Bula Mines legal saga lingers on

Even now, 35 years after the company was established and 11 years after it collapsed, the curse of Bula Mines refuses to disappear.

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Ian Kehoe

6th May, 2006

Even now, 35 years after the company was established and 11 years after it collapsed, the curse of Bula Mines refuses to disappear.

Tomorrow morning, one of the country’s richest businessmen will go to the High Court in Dublin to try to reclaim a failed investment in the Co Meath mining company.

The case marks the latest episode in one of the longest running courtroom dramas in the history of the state.

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