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Supermacs owner sued for €16,000

Dublin solicitors Michael Lavelle and David Coleman are suing the multimillionaire owner of the Supermacs fast-food chain, Pat McDonagh, for not paying €16,000 in rent on 40 parking spaces.

8th April, 2006

Dublin solicitors Michael Lavelle and David Coleman are suing the multimillionaire owner of the Supermacs fast-food chain, Pat McDonagh, for not paying €16,000 in rent on 40 parking spaces.

They registered a judgment for €16,000 against McDonagh in February after he failed to pay rent on the spaces owned by the solicitors at Union Quay car park in Cork city.

In a statement to The Sunday Business Post, the landlords said they had sued McDonagh six...

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