Tuesday August 11, 2020

Everything must go

Following the Supreme Court judgment last week on protection for Liam Carroll’s property development group, it seems as if the fire sale of Irish properties is about to begin earlier than expected.

15th August, 2009

Following the Supreme Court judgment last week on protection for Liam Carroll’s property development group, it seems as if the fire sale of Irish properties is about to begin earlier than expected. Some people believe that the work of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) could be jeopardised if, and when, the sale of Carroll properties reveals just how little Irish property is now worth.

This could also bring forward the proposed referendum...

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