Kilkenny case ‘little better than vexatious’, court told
Tenant says proposed work would mean covering shop in scaffolding and hurt the business provided by ‘busloads of American tourists’
A case brought by the owners of the Kilkenny retail chain against Larry Goodman’s family company, Setanta Centre Unlimited, is “little better than vexatious”, it has been claimed in court.
Clydaville Investments Limited, the company behind the Kilkenny shop on Nassau Street in Dublin city centre, has brought multiple proceedings against the Setanta Centre, its landlord, over a long-running dispute on the redevelopment of the building.
The owners of the Setanta...
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