Monday July 13, 2020

Doherty’s Harcourt latest firm to sue Dunnes

Cases lodged with the High Court are believed to involve rent disputes

30th August, 2015
Owners of The Square in Tallaght took legal action against Dunnes last year

Pat Doherty of Harcourt Developments is the latest shopping centre owner to begin legal proceedings against Dunnes Stores, with two cases lodged with the High Court last week.

Dunnes has been involved in a series of legal cases in recent months in relation to disputes over leases.

Lindat, a Harcourt Developments holding company, is suing Dunnes Stores [Parkway] and Dunnes Stores [Better Value], details lodged with the courts show. Both cases are believed to involve...

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