The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by the company that formerly owned Tory Island’s Hotel against a High Court ruling that it was responsible for demolishing a house on the island belonging to film-maker Neville Presho.
Three judges ruled the company could not appeal the decision as it has been dissolved. They ruled that Presho be immediately paid €46,000 in damages, lodged in court.
The court will consider in January whether to allow an appeal from Patrick Doohan, former owner of the company, to go ahead.
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Posted: 4:29 pm November 22, 2016