Crosbie may have to show means in kiosks legal row

Crosbie may have to show means in kiosks legal row
Harry Crosbie, the Dublin businessman who owns the Vicar Street venue Picture: Collins

Fastwell, a company owned by the 72-year-old property developer’s wife, has launched an action against Calibrate Real Estate over the alleged termination of a lease last year

Businessman Harry Crosbie may have to show he has the money to pursue a second High Court action over two kiosks serving coffee, refreshments and flowers at Grand Canal Harbour in Dublin.

Fastwell, a company owned by the 72-year-old property developer’s wife, has launched an action against Calibrate Real Estate over the alleged termination of a lease last year.

The claim follows an earlier contractual case against the previous landlord, OCL Capital, which ran...

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