The High Court will today hear from a receiver who is trying to evict a group of people from a complex in north Dublin city.
Around 30 people have been squatting at the site on Grangegorman Road Lower since August 2013. Attempts to evict them from the derelict site on Monday were unsuccessful.
Nama has appointed Ernst and Young as receivers of the site, which includes three houses, a number of warehouses and a yard.
There were tense scenes during attempts to remove the group from the property on Monday and there are reports that a number of protesters were injured.
The receivers hope to sell the site for more than €4m.
Those living there say they will argue their case in court.