Tuesday October 20, 2020

Judge condemns Limerick solicitor over loan undertaking

A High Court judge has "utterly condemned" the conduct of a Limerick solicitor who breached an undertaking to ACC Bank on a personal loan of more than €200,000.

15th September, 2012

A High Court judge has "utterly condemned" the conduct of a Limerick solicitor who breached an undertaking to ACC Bank on a personal loan of more than €200,000.

John Tobin - practising as John A Tobin & Co in Cornmarket, Robert Street, Limerick - borrowed €201,000 from ACC Bank in July 2003 to buy 52 acres of land at Ashroe, Murroe, Co Limerick. The bank was given a charge over the land and was to...

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