Clients of MRI Overseas Properties, have expressed ‘dismay’ at what they have termed a ‘bizarre decision’ by Judge Beatriz Fernandez in a Marbella court to to claim ‘lack of jurisdiction’ over their furniture case.
A client of MRI Overseas Property has issued a press release looking for investors in the Cabonuba development on Sal, Cape Verde. It is intended to take a class action against MRI to recover funds invested in the project.
If there are any readers out there who purchased property from MRI Overseas Property and feel they got a raw deal, were not properly represented legally, or did not receive what they paid for, then they should probably attend a round of meetings scheduled for Belfast and Dublin over the coming weekend.
Darragh MacAnthony features in the Daily Mail, with claims that he, along with two other former joint chief executives of MRI, now face legal action in Spain after hundreds of people allegedly lost millions because of the company.
A group of clients of MRI Overseas Property, owned by Dubliner Darragh MacAnthony, staged a protest march in London on January 4th. The protesters handed in a petition against MRI and its lawyers, Carter Ruck, at No. 10 Downing Street.