Tuesday November 24, 2020

Quinlan sued in High Court by former investor

23rd May, 2015

Derek Quinlan and other former Quinlan Private directors have received summonses ahead of a High Court case being taken by an investor in the property fund.

Beatrice Healy, a Dublin translation professional, invested a substantial six-figure sum with the boom-era property fund on behalf of her 43-year-old son, who has Down syndrome, in order to provide for his future.

Healy has supplied an affidavit to her solicitor, which claims that she was not aware of...

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