Thursday February 27, 2020

Quarry liquidator sues Nama over fees

A liquidator appointed to an insolvent quarry group last year is suing the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) for hundreds of thousands of euro in fees he claims he is owed from the group’s liquidation.

2nd July, 2011

A liquidator appointed to an insolvent quarry group last year is suing the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) for hundreds of thousands of euro in fees he claims he is owed from the group’s liquidation.

Carl Dillon, managing partner of accountancy firm Moore Stephens Nathans, has launched a legal action against Nama in relation to work he did at the Whelan quarry and building group.

Dillon was appointed liquidator to five companies in...

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