Judgment reserved in Harry Crosbie case against Dunnes Stores over Point Village store
JUDGMENT has been reserved in a case brought by a company belonging to businessman Harry Crosbie against Dunnes Stores over its failure to fit out an anchor store at Dublin's Point Village.
The case arises from agreements entered into in February 2008 between Dunnes and Point Village Developments (PVD) for the building and operation of a flagship store at the site.
PVD asked the court to order Dunnes to specifically perform the part of a settlement agreement that relates to the fitting-out.
Dunnes opposed the action and rejected any allegation that it has failed to abide by the terms of the agreement.
Following the conclusion of submissions from both parties, Ms Justice Mary Laffoy said she hoped to give a decision as soon as she can.