Wednesday 28 June 2017

Brothers want Nama to hand over data

NTMA's Treasury Building
NTMA's Treasury Building

Tim Healy

DEVELOPER brothers Michael and John O'Flynn are suing the Data Protection Commissioner over an alleged delay in finalising their complaint alleging Nama has failed to provided them with the personal data it holds on them.

The brothers claim Commissioner Helen Dixon has failed to properly deal with and finalise their complaint, which was made in November 2014.

Their counsel, Michael Cush SC, secured leave to bring judicial review proceedings against the Commissioner.

The leave application was made ex parte (one side only represented) before Ms Justice Mary Faherty, who returned the matter to May.

The brothers want orders compelling the Commissioner deal with the issue.

Irish Independent

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