DPP drops opposition to civil trial of men for improper transactions
A liquidator is seeking to hold Alan Hynes and his cousin Frank liable for debts of €2.46 million
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has lifted its opposition to a civil trial against a former accountant and his cousin from going ahead, a court has heard.
Alan and Frank Hynes are accused of a series of improper transactions which allegedly amounted to fraud on companies they acted as directors or alleged “de facto” directors of. A liquidator is seeking to have the men made liable for debts of €2.46 million, the majority of...
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