Jervis Centre landlord issues legal proceedings against Boots
JSC Properties seeks summary judgment against the pharmacy giant for alleged non-payment of debt
JSC Properties, the company behind the Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin city centre, has issued legal proceedings against Boots Retail Ireland over an alleged non-payment of debt.
The landlord is seeking summary judgment against the pharmacy giant, a legal procedure that asks the court to grant an order on behalf of the plaintiff without the case going to a full hearing.
JSC is an Isle of Man-registered company owned by the property tycoons Paddy McKillen...
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