Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern is due to return today to give evidence to an anti-corruption inquiry probing his personal finances.
Mr Ahern is expected to be questioned at the Mahon Tribunal about the purchase of his north Dublin home in 1997 from Manchester businessman Micheal Wall.
The ex-Fianna Fáil leader had been renting the property from Mr Wall, who bought it two years previously.
It will be the ex-premier’s 12th appearance at the inquiry since September, which is probing his finances in the 1990s.
He appeared for three days in a row between June 4 and June 6.