High Court winds up Dalymount firm
The High Court has wound up a company which owns land next to Dalymount Park football stadium in Dublin, over a €56,000 debt, writes Kieron Wood.
The High Court has wound up a company which owns land next to Dalymount Park football stadium in Dublin, over a €56,000 debt.
The winding-up comes despite opposition from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), which is owed almost €60 million by the company. MCR Personnel Ltd presented the petition to wind up Albion Enterprises Ltd last January on the basis that Albion owed it €55,675 plus costs. MCR had proposed Kieran Wallace of KPMG...
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