Provisional liquidator appointed to Kempford

A provisional liquidator has been appointed to a prominent Tipperary construction company following a long-running legal battle between the firm's owners and the family of their late business partner.

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Ian Kehoe

20th August, 2005

A provisional liquidator has been appointed to a prominent Tipperary construction company following a long-running legal battle between the firm's owners and the family of their late business partner.

Paul Fogarty and his mother Maria petitioned the High Court to have Kempford, a construction firm established by Fogarty's late brother Liam and builder John Delaney, wound up earlier this month.

Dublin accountant Tom Kavanagh was appointed provisional liquidator, and the full motion will be heard...

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