Court gives McFeely a week to furnish statement of affairs

Priory Hall developer Tom McFeely has been given one week to complete a comprehensive statement of his affairs by Dublin District Court today.

16th October, 2012
Court gives McFeely a week to furnish statement of affairs
Tom McFeely.

Priory Hall developer Tom McFeely has been given one week to complete a comprehensive statement of his affairs by Dublin District Court today.

Judge Mary Collins was told that the bankrupt builder breached a court order and failed to disclose assets in a case brought over his failure to pay a €24,000 debt to a recruitment firm. McFeely could face up to three months in jail if he fails to comply with the court.

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