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High Court setback for developer John Morrissey in battle with Nama

Businessman has been refused pre-trial orders requiring the agency to hand over a suite of documents

16th April, 2017

The High Court has dealt a blow to property developer John Morrissey in his legal battle against Nama over alleged debts of €32 million.

The businessman has been refused pre-trial orders requiring the agency to hand over a suite of documents which he alleges would back up his claims that his loan portfolio was mismanaged.

An earlier request for discovery in 2014 was deemed by Nama to be “oppressive, disproportionate, repetitive, and amounting to a...

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