Nama and Noonan are sued by McKillen for €200m in damages
Misfeasance in public office and conspiracy alleged against state
Property developer Paddy McKillen has begun a legal action against the state, seeking €200 million in damages.
The Belfast-born developer filed a plenary summons in the High Court late last week against Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), seeking damages ranging from misfeasance in public office to conspiracy.
McKillen has named John Moran, the former secretary general of the Department of Finance, and former Nama officials Paul Hennigan and...
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