Judge orders developer to produce property transfer documents
Investment company claims Powerscourt Arms Hotel was transferred to separate company during pub rent arrears dispute
A Celtic Tiger-era property developer and horse racing figure must comply with an order to produce documents relating to a property transfer, a High Court judge has ruled.
Conor Clarkson is listed as a defendant in a case that centres on a dispute over rent for a pub in south Dublin. Clarkson is a director of Cudsea, a company which entered into a lease agreement with Gradual Investments in 2017 for a property in Stepaside village.
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