Thursday February 20, 2020

High-octane drama as receivers watch cars speed away from ailing dealership

According to an affidavit a group of people arrived at Kenny Galway Limited in November 2015

27th November, 2016

The owner of a deeply indebted Galway car dealership sought to engage in “blatant asset-stripping” of his company, including driving cars off the property “at pace” and passing car parts and company records over hedgerows.

According to an affidavit sworn by a receiver appointed over the company, a group of people arrived at the dealership, Kenny Galway Limited, early in the morning of November 16 last.

The owner had been served with...

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