Quite a few people have been following the prospective extradition of former solicitor and KenDar Holdings owner, Michael Lynn, from Brazil. It is due to occur before the end of 2015 according to the Irish Government’s legal representative in Brazil.
Being Harassed by AIB Bank There’s a very good piece by Mark Keenan, one of Ireland’s foremost property journalists, in last week’s Irish Independent property supplement. It refers to difficulties that a friend of his has been having with a bank he was unable to name, that bank is Ireland’s…
The Irish economy must be on the up – estate agents are pushing property in overseas locations like Canada again. All the old tricks, like short term rental guarantees, are also poking their heads up.
Murdeira Beach Investors Petition European Parliament – Press Release on May 24th 2015. The Group invested in 168 units via Cape Verde Development. The project was supposed to be completed by 31st Dec 2010. As of May 2015 there is nothing on the site except a few excavations.
It was the talk of Ireland for some time when disgraced former solicitor, Michael Lynn, was arrested in Brazil back in 2013. In 2015 he is still incarcerated in South America, but we may expect him to be brought back to Ireland very shortly.
Buyers in Dubai ‘off plan’ projects needed to pay a registration fee of 4% of the property price by October 31st 2015.
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Property Logic – Moroccan Developer This piece of advice on the Moroccan market was very kindly written by Jorge Garcia Larios who is a property expert based in Melilla, a Spanish enclave in Morocco. It deals with the topic of developers that are experiencing financial difficulties but still maintain assets in…
Tom Sheehy versus Cotter Brothers Case Concludes The end appears to have been reached in a long running and bitter dispute between Munster businessmen on the island of Sal in Cape Verde, off the coast of Senegal in Africa. Cork based Developer brothers John and Ned Cotter, owners of Paradise Beach Aldemento Turistico…