DEVELOPER Sean Dunne's bid to overturn a court's decision to declare him a bankrupt will be heard early next month.
Last July, US-based Mr Dunne was adjudicated bankrupt by Ms Justice Elizabeth Dunne at the High Court in Dublin.
Ulster Bank, supported by NAMA, had applied for the developer to be adjudicated bankrupt over a debt of €161m, arising out of unpaid loans for properties in the capital.
However, the Carlow-born businessman is seeking to have the declaration set aside. Ulster Bank is opposing the application.
Yesterday, Mr Justice Daniel Herbert fixed November 7 next as the date of the hearing of the application.
Mr Dunne claims to have debts of $1bn and assets of $55m.