Sean Dunne accuses bankruptcy official of lack of ‘impartiality’
Dunne's lawyers also claim Lehane “deliberately misrepresented” legal advice received by Dunne from a Matheson lawyer in relation to the purchase of Walford
Bankruptcy official Chris Lehane showed a “clear lack of independence or impartiality” in handling the estate of property developer Sean Dunne, it has been alleged before the High Court.
The businessman’s lawyers also claim Lehane “deliberately misrepresented” legal advice received by Dunne from a Matheson lawyer in relation to the purchase of Walford, a house on Shrewsbury Road which was bought for a record €58 million at the height of the boom in...
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