Thursday February 20, 2020

Quinns face 'devious scheme' allegation

A new affidavit accuses the Quinn family of falsifying documents, writes Ian Kehoe.

16th June, 2012
Niall McPartland and Sean Quinn arriving at the Four Courts. Photo: Collins

Members of the Quinn family have been accused of swearing false affidavits, generating bogus payments, falsifying documents and buying off-shore companies to conceal assets from the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC).

The claims are contained in a new affidavit which was put into evidence last week by the bank (formerly Anglo Irish Bank) as part of its legal battle with the family over its $500 million property empire.

The Quinn family will have a chance to...

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