Former Irish Nationwide chief executive Michael Fingleton has been ordered by the commercial court to pay a €13.6m property loan owed to Ulster Bank.
The bank also brought a case against two Monaghan property developers and Fianna Fáil Senator Francis O’Brien, from Castleblayney.
Ulster Bank advanced the money to the four men in July 2006 to buy a 50-acre site at Swellan Upper and Lower, Farnham Road, Cavan.
Mr Justice Peter Kelly ordered Michael Fingleton to hand over the sum. He also handed down €12m judgements against Senator O’Brien and Monaghan developers Noel Mulligan from Moyles, Castleshane, and Charles McGuinness of Tully House.
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I couldn't find a thread on this seems Marys mishap is the main item on P.ie.
All i can say is how do you like them apples fingers.
A little bit more of my faith in this country is restored.