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AIB takes developer Harcourt to High Court

Bank seeking undisclosed sum from Nama developer

31st January, 2016
AIB are set to bring Harcourt Developments to court

Allied Irish Banks has launched a High Court action against Harcourt Developments, the property giant controlled by Pat Doherty.

The bank, 99.8 per cent owned by the state, is seeking summary judgment against the firm. Documents were lodged with the High Court late last week.

Cork law firm O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors is representing the bank in the case, court filings show. The amount of money being pursued by the bank is unknown.

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