Sunday October 25, 2020

Judge describes legal row between Ronan and Kenny family as ‘disturbing’

The long-running dispute relates to a party wall between two properties in Dublin 2

18th October, 2020
John Ronan’s RGRE Burlington is being pursued through the courts by Sunny Quarter, a Kenny family company and subsidiary of Clancourt, over a party wall that divides two of their properties. Picture: Tony Gavin

A High Court judge has said the prolonged legal dispute between Johnny Ronan and the Kenny family, the well-known developers, over a party wall in Dublin 2 is “disturbing”, admitting the matter to the fast-track Commercial Court.

Sunny Quarter, a Kenny family company and subsidiary of Clancourt, is pursuing Ronan’s RGRE Burlington through the courts over a party wall that divides two of their properties in Dublin 2.

Clancourt is developing Four Park...

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