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Irish car owners sue VW for ‘cheat’ damages

Motions for discovery to be made this week in Castlebar

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
22nd May, 2016
Volkswagen Ireland is facing court this week Pic: Getty

Volkswagen Ireland will this week face the first in a series of discovery motions aimed at revealing the details of their proposed fix for tens of thousands of Irish car owners affected by the diesel emissions tampering scandal.

The first of the motions for discovery – which are being made by Mayo firm O’Dwyer Solicitors – will be made on Friday, May 27, in the District Court in Castlebar, with subsequent hearings set for Donegal...

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