Decobake founder seeks to have committee of inspection removed

2nd December, 2018
Paul Coyle, the founder of cake-supplies firm Decobake

Paul Coyle, the founder of cake-supplies firm Decobake, has sought to have a committee of inspection formed from creditors of his former business removed.

Coyle claims that some of them are not legitimate creditors. But this is denied by the liquidator of his business, Declan de Lacy of PKF O’Connor Leddy & Holmes.

De Lacy has been forced to repeatedly return to the courts to deal with various matters raised by Coyle, who...

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