Legal proceedings issued against Eason over second Galway store

Harcourt Developments has sought a summary judgement against the bookseller in relation to rent dispute

11th November, 2020
Legal proceedings issued against Eason over second Galway store
Eason Limited’s revenues fell from €105.5 million to €104.4 million during 2019, but the firm still registered an after-tax profit of €3.2 million. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

A firm connected to Harcourt Developments has issued High Court proceedings against Eason, a tenant at its shopping centre in Galway, over a rent dispute.

Lindat Limited, the firm behind Galway Shopping Centre on Headford Road, has sought a summary judgement against the bookseller, which is a legal procedure that requests a court to grant an order on behalf of the plaintiff without the case going to a full hearing.

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