The Court of Appeal will sit tomorrow morning to hear solicitor Brian O'Donnell's application for an appeal of the trespass order granted against him.
Earlier the High Court ruled that Mr O'Donnell and his wife Mary Patricia were trespassing at the Gorse Hill mansion in South Dublin, and ordered him to leave by 5pm tomorrow evening.
Court of Appeal President Mr Justice Sean Ryan told Brian O’Donnell this afternoon that he must inform Bank of Ireland and the receiver appointed to Gorse Hill to return to Courtroom 22 at 10 o’clock tomorrow to hear his application for an appeal.
The solicitor, who owes Bank of Ireland over €70m, wants to appeal the High Court ruling earlier which found that he was trespassing at the mansion, and the stay he was granted until 5pm tomorrow evening.
Mr O’Donnell asked Mr Justice Ryan if he should continue to pack his bags in the mean time, to which the Judge replied he cannot say anything on that.
The Judge said what the three-judge panel decides to do or not to do will be decided at tomorrow’s hearing.