Sean Quinn junior gave legal right to Castleknock house to fiancée

The son of the bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn gave his wife-to-be the legal right to live in a prime Dublin residence for the rest of her life.

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Ian Kehoe

26th May, 2012

The son of the bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn gave his wife-to-be the legal right to live in a prime Dublin residence for the rest of her life just weeks after the banks had taken control of his family's business empire.

Documents uncovered by *The Sunday Business Post* reveal the transaction under which Sean Quinn junior conferred the right on Karen Woods "to reside in the property during her life" last July. The legal manoeuvre means...

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