Green Party’s Nama and Dáil seat dilemma

A month before the Dáil returns to debate the legislation to set up the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), two serious threats emerged to the nascent agency last week.

15th August, 2009

A month before the Dáil returns to debate the legislation to set up the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), two serious threats emerged to the nascent agency last week.

Both are potential political problems, but the first came from the courts, where property developer Liam Carroll failed in his High Court application for examinership, and in a Supreme Court appeal last Tuesday.

While he has now returned to the courts with another application...

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