Wednesday April 1, 2020

Restaurateur Ryan gets a stay of execution on eviction from home

Last Thursday, Ryan and his wife Pamela Flood were granted a three-week reprieve from eviction and must keep repaying €3,700 a month until the next hearing in September

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
25th August, 2019
Ronan Ryan and his wife, former Miss Ireland Pamela Flood: the couple have not made a mortgage payment in eight years PicL Feargal Ward

Restaurateur Ronan Ryan’s attempt to secure a Personal Insolvency Agreement to protect him from Tanager was thrown out because his application didn’t mention that he had already agreed to vacate the home to settle the debt.

Ryan and his wife Pamela Flood, a former Miss Ireland, made headlines in March when they agreed a deal to walk away from their debts by handing back the keys to their Clontarf home, despite...

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