Saturday February 22, 2020

Three years of litigation with Ronan leave rival developer ‘high and dry’

Creditor Balark, owned by rival developer Pat Crean of the Marlet group, has brought a motion to oust the current liquidator of Chambury, an insolvent firm linked to developer Johnny Ronan

5th August, 2018
Pat Crean, left, and Johnny Ronan had crossed swords over a prime site in the Dublin Docklands Getty

Chambury, an insolvent firm linked to developer Johnny Ronan, engaged in almost three years of litigation in a Dublin docklands dispute leaving its opponent “high and dry” on €1.15 million in legal costs, it has been claimed in the High Court.

Creditor Balark, owned by rival developer Pat Crean of the Marlet group, has brought a motion to oust current liquidator Myles Kirby and replace him with the firm’s own nominee, Declan McDonald...

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