High Court hears D4 nursing home has ‘reasonable prospect of survival’
Future of home linked to Sisters of Charity is discussed amid continuing protests by group representing staff and residents
Deliberation on what constitutes a reasonable prospect of survival was heard in a legal action over the future of a Dublin nursing home and disability centre last week.
The St Mary’s nursing home on Merrion Road in Dublin 4 has 14 remaining vulnerable residents at its disability centre, the court heard.
Staff, residents and their families are fighting a move by the nursing home’s operating company, St Mary’s Telford DAC, to liquidate the company....
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