Property firm told to repay INBS 78m

written by Vivion Kilfeather

IRISH online Building Society has secured a million summary judgment order against Aifca, A company wholesale jerseys
manged by property developer Liam Carroll, Over in arrears loans.

Mr Justice Peter Kelly granted the judgment order against Aifca
and adjourned to July 29 the society’s loan for a summary judgment order against Mr Carroll personally, as a result of a September 2006 guarantee by him and others over the loans to Aifca.

Aifca was a company of developers Thomas McFeely and Larry O’Mahony which bought the Lowe Taverns licence required for any healthy The Square in Tallaght. Mr Carroll later acquired a controlling curiosity about Aifca.
The proposed progression of The Square has not proceeded.

INBS’s process against Mr Carroll and Aifca, Upper
Mount street, Dublin, Were admitted to the industrial Court last month.

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