Dunne solicitor forced to comply with bankruptcy officials

Property planning lawyer allegedly acted for developer in purchasing €58m home

4th October, 2015
Sean Dunne with his wife Gayle at their Ballsbridge home Picture: Derek Speirs

Officials overseeing Sean Dunne’s bankruptcy had to secure court orders to make a blue chip property lawyer disclose his dealings with the developer.

Legal documents seen by The Sunday Business Post reveal that Patrick Sweetman from the Dublin legal firm Matheson was required to attend the offices of the official assignee, Chris Lehane.

Sweetman allegedly acted for Sean Dunne in the purchase of Walford on Shrewsbury Road when it sold for a record...

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