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Jim Corr, leaving the Four Courts yesterday(Wed) after he appeared before the High Court.Pic: Collins Courts

Jim Corr2...15/5/2013 Jim Corr, leaving the Four Courts yesterday(Wed) after he appeared before the High Court.Pic: Collins Courts

Jim Corr2...15/5/2013 Jim Corr, leaving the Four Courts yesterday(Wed) after he appeared before the High Court.Pic: Collins Courts

MUSICIAN Jim Corr will be asked to explain in court next week what happened to €4m held in various bank accounts six years ago, a judge said.

A case is due to resume on July 3 in the High Court as ACC Bank seeks to be paid €778,000 outstanding from a €1.4m judgment against Corr.

Bernard Dunleavy, for ACC, said yesterday he had not yet received documents that had been requested from Corr prior to the resumption of the trial.

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Ross Aylward, for Corr, said his client was not aware he was required to provide documents related to the €4m sums.

After the hearing, Mr Justice Peter Kelly directed that the documents should be produced by 5pm this Thursday.

ACC obtained judgment in February 2011 against Corr and Liam Marks, The Coach House, Sandymount, Blackrock, Dundalk, over an unpaid loan advanced in 2004 to buy lands at Goresbridge, Co Kilkenny.

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