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Markey Pubs Wins Stay On Injunction To Vacate O'Donoghue's Of Dublin

By Dave Simpson

The High Court has ruled that receivers are entitled to an injunction requiring Markey Pubs Ltd. to vacate O'Donoghue's pub in Dublin so it can be used to help pay off a €6 million debt, however, Mr Justice Michael Twomey put a stay on the order relating to the Suffolk Street pub on the condition that the rent on the premises is paid, according to The Irish Times.

Markey Pubs Claim

The ruling followed a claim from Markey Pubs Ltd., which is owned by Des Markey, that under the lease of O'Donoghue's, receivers Martin Ferris and Patrick McCoy were not entitled to the injunction because Markey Pubs was entitled to a new tenancy.

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