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The High Court declared that section 99 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006 is unconstitutional in a judgment delivered last month and published in full yesterday. Mr Justice Moriarty noted that the section had had a relatively chequered history, as judges around Ireland attempted to navigate situation

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The High Court has refused a couple's application for judicial review for an order of certiorari in respect of an order for possession of property. In 2004 ACC Loan Management Ltd. (ACCLM) had advanced two loan facilities to Temple Spa Limited.

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The joint liquidators of a company succeeded in seeking a declaration that three individuals shall not act as directors or secretaries or be concerned in the promotion or formation of any company unless that company meets the requirements of s.150(3) of the Companies Act 1990 (s.819(3) of the Compan

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The High Court has dismissed Mr Charles Verschoyle-Greene’s appeal against a decision of the Financial Services Ombudsman, in which the FSO dismissed his complaint about the way the Bank of Ireland sold him a property investment. The appellant had been a client of the bank for a number of years, a

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The Supreme Court has found that evidence obtained as a result of the interception of a postal package in Germany was admissible in a case against the eventual recipient of the package. The case concerned the lawfulness of the gardaí taking custody in Germany, and opening in Dublin, a parcel contai

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The High Court has quashed a decision of the Commissioner of An Garda Síochána which upheld an original decision to transfer a woman to another Garda Station, on the grounds that the decision was contrary to fair procedures and in breach of natural and constitutional justice for failure to give re

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