Debtors’ rights advocate David Hall sues state over €220m IBRC liquidation fees

Campaigner wants to know if department had a ‘transparent process’ to set fees

10th December, 2017

Debtors’ rights campaigner David Hall has begun legal action against the Attorney General and the Department of Finance in a bid to find out more about the €220 million in fees paid to various parties associated with the liquidation of IBRC, the former Anglo Irish Bank.

Hall is seeking eight declarations from the state in his attempt to find out about the cost of the liquidation and what oversight the state has on this...

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