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Harry Crosbie sues Dunnes over fit out

A COMPANY of businessman Harry Crosbie is suing Dunnes Stores over its failure to fit out an anchor store at Dublin's Point Village.

The case, underway in the High Court, arises from a February 2008 agreement between Dunnes and Point Village Developments for the building and operation of a flagship anchor store.

The agreements originally involved Dunnes paying €46m, plus VAT, for certain works.

A number of disputes arose between the parties and High Court proceedings were initiated.

The parties have disagreed over the interpretation of part of a 2010 settlement agreement that relates to the commencement date of the fitting out of the anchor store by Dunnes.