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Claim against solicitors is given go-ahead

A claim against a Kildare solicitors' firm over the 2003 sale of a house which turned out to be a holiday home can go ahead despite the delay, the High Court has ruled.

15th September, 2012

A claim against a Kildare solicitors' firm over the 2003 sale of a house which turned out to be a holiday home can go ahead despite the delay, the High Court has ruled.

Orla Kennedy had sued her solicitors, John S O'Sullivan of Castle Street, Carlow, for breach of contract and professional negligence after being told that a home she had bought in the Dolmen Mews development in Carlow could be used only as a holiday...

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