The woman, whose two teenage children remain in the property, was jailed by the High Court on April 27 last over contempt of possession orders granted to EBS Ltd in 2015 which were upheld on appeal but stayed to April 2017.
Tue, 12 Jun, 2018
The Court of Appeal has found provisions of the Social Welfare Act which prevented child benefit payments to an Irish citizen child living in direct provision until her mother got residency here are unconstitutional.
Tue, 05 Jun, 2018
A mother and her disabled daughter have urged the Court of Appeal to overturn a High Court decision refusing to quash a local authority's refusal to provide them with house closer to a hospital the daughter attends for treatment.
Tue, 08 May, 2018
The DPP has agreed to review his refusal to prosecute prison officers for perjury concerning an incident where a convicted rapist was assaulted in custody, the High Court has heard.
Thu, 07 Dec, 2017
It has been claimed that a newly uncovered file shows gardaí knew as far back as 2002 that there were question marks regarding the credibility of Marie Farrell, a key witness in the initial garda probe into the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.
Wed, 26 Jul, 2017
Red Flag Consulting has disputed businessman Denis O’Brien’s claim he is entitled to know the identity of its client for a dossier of allegedly defamatory material about him, including describing him as “Ireland’s Berlusconi”.
Thu, 22 Jun, 2017
A convicted rapist wants to bring legal proceedings against the DPP and the gardaí over an alleged failure to prosecute prison officers for perjury in relation to an incident in which he was assaulted while in custody.
Mon, 22 May, 2017
Sat, 17 Dec, 2016
A credit union cannot sell the jointly-owned family homes of two Cork men to recover judgments against them because their wives had nothing to do with the loan transactions and never signed any document providing their homes as security, the Court of Appeal ruled.
Thu, 14 Jul, 2016