Operators Of Costa Coffee Cafés In Ireland Obtain High Court Order Preventing Firm Wind Up
The operators of Costa Coffee cafés in Ireland have obtained a High Court order preventing the landlord of the Costa Coffee outlet in Dublin's Dundrum Town Centre from applying to wind up the firm.
As reported by The Irish Times, the winding up move came in a dispute over unpaid rent that arose out of the closure of food outlets at the centre due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Winding Up Petition
MBCC Foods (Ireland) Ltd reportedly sought the injunction restraining Campbell Catering Ltd, trading as Aramark Food Services Ireland, from presenting a petition to wind up MBCC pending determination of the rent dispute.
Mr. Justice Allen reportedly made an interim order restraining Aramark from presenting the winding-up petition and said that the matter could come back next week.
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