High Court orders Abrakebabra founder to pay €90,000 in back rent

The High Court has ordered Abrakebabra founder Graeme Beere and his son Stephen to pay €90,000 in arrears of rent to the landlords of the Liffey Valley shopping centre.

27th January, 2013
Graeme Beere, founder of the Abrakebabra chain, pictured in 2004. Photo: Fran Veale

The High Court has ordered Abrakebabra founder Graeme Beere and his son Stephen to pay €90,000 in arrears of rent to the landlords of the Liffey Valley shopping centre in west Dublin.

Quarryvale Two Ltd (which represents the Duke of Westminster's Grosvenor Estates) and Quarryvale Three (which holds the interests of Aviva's asset management arm) claimed €89,313 in rent, service charges, insurance and interest for the Food Court kiosk in Liffey Valley.

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