Monday February 17, 2020

Quinn children say father had ‘undue influence’ in court claim

Adult children of ex-billionaire Sean Quinn claim he made all business decisions and was in total operational control

24th March, 2019
Sean Quinn jr, Aoife and Brenda Quinn pictured at the Four Courts Picture: Collins

The children of former billionaire Sean Quinn are seeking to amend their case to expressly include a claim that their father exerted undue influence on them in their banking arrangements.

Undue influence is not alleged against Anglo Irish Bank, though the bank was arguably aware of the pressure allegedly applied by Quinn, the Commercial Court heard last Friday.

Lawyers for the bank described the proposed change as “bewildering”.

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