Menolly takes judicial review against Revenue

One of the largest homebuilders in the country has launched a High Court action against the Revenue Commissioners.

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Ian Kehoe

31st October, 2009

One of the largest homebuilders in the country has launched a High Court action against the Revenue Commissioners.

Menolly Homes, which is controlled by property developer Seamus Ross, is taking judicial review proceedings against the Revenue Commissioners and the Appeals Commissioners.

The Dublin-based development company is challenging a tax assessment, raised by the Revenue against the company in relation to a tax scheme used by Menolly.

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