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Carroll firm takes DDDA to the High Court

It is the bust developer versus the busted development authority.

11th May, 2014
Dublin Docklands.

It is the bust developer versus the busted development authority: the defunct Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) is being pursued through the Irish courts over its failure to buy dozens of city centre apartments built by the property mogul Liam Carroll.

Danninger, a key company within Carroll’s collapsed €3 billion property empire, issued High Court proceedings in recent days against the DDDA over apartments in Castleforbes Square, a large apartment complex in Dublin’s IFSC....

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