A judge has asked for clarification on musician Frank McNamara's financial affairs before deciding if he and his wife barrister Theresa Lowe are entitled to an insolvency arrangement with their creditors.
A Pakistani man, who wants to marry his French girlfriend and who has a wedding date set for early next month, has been granted an injunction against the Minister for Justice restraining his deportation to Pakistan.
A High Court judge has said he is minded to approve a personal insolvency arrangement for musician Frank McNamara and his wife, barrister Theresa Lowe to assist them with debts of €3.7m, subject to clarification of certain issues.
A High Court judge, in a significant decision concerning the effect of “reasonable” living expenses guidelines in Personal Insolvency Arrangements, has approved separate arrangements aimed at ensuring a couple and their four children, and a separated mother of three, remain in their homes.
The High Court has ruled the Dublin Port Company (DPC) is entitled to possession of property which had been leased to a haulage company of businessman Simon Crosbie, son of Harry Crosbie who once had large interests in the docklands.
A High Court judge has urged the HSE to reconsider its refusal to fund a specially designed home care package to provide future care for a woman in a vegetative state for more than ten years.
A personal insolvency arrangement involving a €343,785 mortgage debt being written down by more than half has been approved by the High Court for a woman who ran into mortgage arrears due to her husband's gambling problem.
THE High Court has reserved judgment on whether a District Court judge was correct to find Shell & acted in contempt of court orders when it went onto commonage lands at Rossport, Co Mayo, two years ago to carry out site investigations. The commonage is on the modified route for the Corrib gas onshore pipeline.