Saturday 10 December 2016

Solicitor Brian O'Donnell fails in attempt to meet receiver appointed to Gorse Hill

Shane O'Riordan

Published 21/04/2015 | 12:34

SOLICITOR Brian O'Donnell has failed in an attempt to meet with the receiver who wishes to sell the Gorse Hill property in Killiney, Dublin where he and his wife are currently living.

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The receiver, Tom Kavanagh, wishes to sell the house, valued at €7 million, to meet part of a €71.5 million debt owed by the O’Donnells for various unpaid property loans.

Mr O'Donnell, along with his son Blake and spokesperson Ben Gilroy, left the offices of Deloitte on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin in recent minutes having failed to meet directly with his receiver.

Mr O'Donnell said: "we asked to meet with Tom Kavanagh, he was unavailable so we asked to meet with Ken Fennell. He was unavailable also.

"We then asked to meet with the Brendan Jennings the managing director of Deloitte and he was also unavailable.

"Mr Kavanagh has William Day of Arthur Cox representing him. We can't find out how much we owe Bank of Ireland private banking."

Brian O'Donnell and his son Blake leaving Deloitte on Earlsfort terrace.
Pic:Mark Condren
Brian O'Donnell and his son Blake leaving Deloitte on Earlsfort terrace. Pic:Mark Condren

Mr O'Donnell declined to make any further comment.

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