Fast food entrepreneurs in legal move over Dublin city premises
Graham Beere and David Zebedee are seeking to access the former Gourmet Burger Kitchen premises in South William Street which is owned by publican Paul Keaveny who is pursuing €200,000 rent arrears
A company owned by fast food entrepreneurs Graeme Beere and David Zebedee is taking legal action against the owner of the Gourmet Burger Kitchen premises in Dublin city centre over a €200,000 rental disagreement.
Beere held the master franchise for five Gourmet Burger Kitchen premises in Ireland until 2016 when he sold it back to the international parent company, and has become involved once more after the global operation went into administration earlier this year.
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