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A Bank of Scotland (Ireland) investigation into a bank loan for a woman to buy development properties from her brother led to the resignation of a bank official, the High Court has heard.

28th February, 2009

A Bank of Scotland (Ireland) investigation into a bank loan for a woman to buy development properties from her brother led to the resignation of a bank official, the High Court has heard.

The woman, identified as PB, obtained loans to buy houses in Gleneaston Park, Leixlip, and The Orchard, Clondalkin, Dublin. She told the family High Court that she had no beneficial interest in either property.

Miss Justice Elizabeth Dunne said she had “deep...

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