Sunday July 5, 2020

Documents on Sean Dunne's €58m home handed over

Paperwork was obtained from a leading lawyer who acted for Dunne in the purchase of 'Walford' on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road.

25th October, 2015
Walford, on Shrewsbury Road in Ballsbridge, was bought for 58 million in 2005;

The state’s bankruptcy authorities have obtained confidential documents about Sean Dunne’s boomtime purchase of Ireland’s most expensive house as part of an ongoing effort to unravel the bust developer’s financial dealings.

Official assignee Chris Lehane has obtained documents from a leading lawyer who acted for Dunne in the purchase of the house, called Walford, on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road.

Bankruptcy officials previously claimed in court papers...

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