Saturday August 15, 2020

Stokes’ pensions less than €2k per month

The former owners of the Unicorn restaurant on Merrion Row in Dublin have been facing down bankruptcy proceedings for the past year

20th November, 2016
Christian and Simon Stokes were declared bankrupt following a court application by Dunbar last year

Latest insolvency filings from boom-time restaurateurs Jeff and Pia Stokes state they are living on pensions of less than €2,000 a month, with multimillion debts outstripping their assets twelvefold.

The former owners of the Unicorn restaurant on Merrion Row in Dublin have been facing down bankruptcy proceedings for the past year.

Their biggest creditor is Dunbar Assets Ireland, formerly Zurich Bank, which secured judgment against the Stokes family for €14.7 million arising out of various...

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