The seven companies, Vantive Holdings, Morston Investments, Villeer Developments, Paytor Developments, Carragh Enterprises, Parlez International and Royceton controlled by developer Liam Carroll, that had a second application for High Court protection refused last week are now going to appeal that decision to the Supreme Court again
The group’s original application was turned down by the Commercial Court and the Supreme Court.
Last Thursday, the High Court refused a second application for examinership by the seven companies.
Has it occurred to anyone that we are seeing a pattern of behaviour here? Lisbon 1,
Lisbon 2, Lisbon 3? Lisbon 4?
For Liam Carroll
it would seem if you don’t get the results you want just keeping going back again and again, everybody knows that this is just moving around the deck chairs on the titanic
This is also making a mockery of the Supreme Court.
The message is coming out loud and clear
There is one law for the Rich and one law for the poor in this country .There is special treatment for the super rich and the poor are just kicked out of their homes dumped out on to the street
I these crooks in the Dail manage to push through NAMA then I propose that all home owners in the country create one large housing association and then clam the same protection for all householders in the country this should stop all evictions and people who are about to lose their homes should be able to say to the banks to come back when the property market has recovered to the previous levels
This should give the same protection that is being given to the Banks and developers to all the citizens of the state