In the Dail Register of Members' Interests, Junior Minister John Perry has declared he is the full or part owner of the following:
Q A Costcutter supermarket on Main Street, Ballymote, Co Sligo (1).
Q Thirty-four acres of woodland at Drumraine and Clooncose, Co Sligo.
Q A further six acres of woodland at Tunnagh, Co Sligo, from a 12-acre plot he co-owns with his brother and is in the process of selling.
Q A building used as a funeral home in Ballymote.
Q An apartment in the Cornmill development, also in the village.
Q A derelict house on 10 acres.
Q His constituency office on Teeling Street which he has owned for more than 20 years and had an AIB mortgage registered on it in 2012.
Q His constituency office on Market Street in Sligo Town (2).
Q A leasehold for the Coach House Hotel which ended on August 30 2012. A Co Galway widow sued Mr Perry over his alleged failure to pay a €1.3m debt relating to the lease. The case was settled last August.
Q A property known as The Elms in Ballymote and two-and-a-half acres of land near his family home which was purchased in 2010 for €410,000 (3).
Q Mr Perry and his wife Marie also own an apartment in Islandbridge in Dublin and the family home in Ballymote which he is not required to register under Dail rules.