Chandos pursues Boots, Easons and others over pandemic rent disputes
One of the state’s largest retail landlords is seeking summary judgment against several high-street outlets over rent issues
One of the state’s largest retail landlords is currently pursuing six high-street outlets through the courts and is seeking to settle rent disputes with these tenants through summary judgment.
Chandos Investments, a real-estate fund set up in 2014 by Goodbody, owns the Bloomfield Shopping Centre in Dún Laoghaire as well as Kilbarrack Shopping Centre in Dublin 5 and retail parks in Dundalk, Co Louth, Blackrock, Co Cork and the Showgrounds Shopping Centre in...
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