Saturday December 7, 2019

War on all shopfronts as landlords sue Dunnes

Supermarket facing up to 50 High Court cases this year

4th October, 2015
Margaret Heffernan

Retail giant Dunnes Stores is being sued by some of Ireland’s highest-profile shopping centres for not paying its service charges, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The company has not paid hundreds of thousands of euro of service charges at one of its biggest operations in Dublin’s Ilac Centre, and is also not paying the fees at a number of other locations around the country, it is understood.

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