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Carroll considers last ditch contingency plan

The Zoe group, owned by property developer Liam Carroll, is attempting to pull together a contingency plan that could ensure the survival of the group, even if it loses its unprecedented Supreme Court challenge for court protection.

3rd October, 2009

The Zoe group, owned by property developer Liam Carroll, is attempting to pull together a contingency plan that could ensure the survival of the group, even if it loses its unprecedented Supreme Court challenge for court protection.

The property group is appealing to the Supreme Court for a second time, having already been refused examinership twice by the High Court and once by the Supreme Court.

With the Supreme court due to deliver the first...

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