Thursday February 27, 2020

Ulster Bank in skirmish over seizure of assets

A High Court skirmish has broken out over an effort by Ulster Bank to take control of the assets of a large Irish-owned furniture chain.

23rd June, 2012

A High Court skirmish has broken out over an effort by Ulster Bank to take control of the assets of a large Irish-owned furniture chain.

John Curley, a Galway businessman, is resisting attempts by the British-owned lender to take possession of stock and premises linked to his Curley Furniture chain.

The bank installed accountants Michael McAteer and Aengus Burns from Grant Thornton over certain assets belonging to the chain, which has six outlets across the...

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