Man evicted over heroin raid may get compensation

A council worker who was served with an eviction notice after gardaí found drug-dealing equipment in his home may be entitled to compensation from the government.

8th November, 2008

A council worker who was served with an eviction notice after gardaí found drug-dealing equipment in his home may be entitled to compensation from the government.

Anthony Donegan sued Dublin City Council after he was served with a notice to quit his council house. Donegan claimed that the 1966 Housing Act was incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights because he had been given no chance to put his side of the case...

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