BANKRUPT developer Tom McFeely will be cross examined in the District Court about his assets next month.
Mr McFeely, who developed the Priory Hall complex in Donaghmede, Dublin, is accused of breaking court orders in relation to a debt owed to a personnel company.
The developer has already been cross examined about his means in the action which involves an outstanding debt of €24,000 to MCR.
The District Court is not about the debt itself, but Mr McFeely's alleged disobedience in the face of court orders to disclose his means in a statement of affairs.
The former IRA hunger striker has previously denied hiding assets.
This morning the District Court adjourned the continuing examination of Mr McFeely, who did not attend court, until November 12 next.
The adjournment comes hours after the Government announced a new deal to former Priory Hall residents who own property at the housing complex.
Under the deal, banks who issued mortgages are expected to write off borrowers existing debts and give them new mortgages to buy homes elsewhere.
The Government will take possession of Priory Hall through Dublin City Council and €10 million will be spent on refurbishing it to bring it up to standard.
Buy-to-let owner investors will enjoy a two-year moratorium on mortgage payments pending the refurbishment.
Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has said he believes the proposals were a "fair and reasonable outcome".
The plight of residents was was highlighted earlier this year after Fiachra Daly, one of the mortgage holders, took his own life.