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Six-year Statoil legal battle continues in the High Court

Norwegian oil giant Statoil will return to the High Court on Tuesday in an effort to repossess a service station in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, after a six-year legal battle with two licensees.

27th November, 2004

Norwegian oil giant Statoil will return to the High Court on Tuesday in an effort to repossess a service station in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, after a six-year legal battle with two licensees.

Statoil claims that Tom McNestry and Noel Fahy have been trespassing at the Johnstown service station on Rochestown Avenue since their licence expired in 1998. McNestry and Fahy are resisting attempts by the multinational to take possession of the station, which they...

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