Thursday July 2, 2020

Religious order sues state in dispute over rates valuation

The company that runs St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin has taken a High Court action against the state’s property valuation agency amid a dispute over commercial rates.

2nd August, 2008

The company that runs St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin has taken a High Court action against the state’s property valuation agency amid a dispute over commercial rates.

St Vincent’s Healthcare Group, which is owned by the Sisters of Charity, has taken the judicial review application against the Commissioner for Valuation in an effort to overturn a recent hike in rates.

The healthcare group administers both St Vincent’s Hospital and...

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