Eccles Hall Ltd v Bank of Nova Scotia

JurisdictionIreland
Date1995
Year1995
CourtCourt of Criminal Appeal
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  • O'Keeffe v Governor of St. Patrick's Institution
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 13 December 2005
    ...Mr McDonagh has referred the Court to a judgment of Kinlen J. in Burns v. The Governor of St. Patrick's Institution Dublin, unreported, 3rd February 1995. Appearing from that judgment, the facts were that the applicant pleaded guilty to certain offences before Judge Hussey who remanded him ......
  • Re Lisa Parkin (a debtor)
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 4 February 2019
    ... ... 2005 when it was acquired, with the benefit of a bank loan, in the names of Ms Parkin and her husband ... 3 ... 60 of the Companies Act 1963 in Eccles Hall v Bank of Nova Scotia (High Court, unreported, 3 ... ...
  • Morrow v Fields of Life Trust Ltd
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 30 July 2020
    ...words “relating to or connected with” are very broad. Thus, for example, in Eccles Hall Ltd v. Bank of Nova Scotia, (High Court, unreported, 3rd February, 1995) Murphy J., at p. 16 of his judgment expressed the view that the words “in connection with” in s. 60 (1) of the Companies Act, 1963......
  • In the matter of Paul Arthur Maye and in the matter of the Proceeds of Crime (Northern Ireland) Order 1996
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Northern Ireland)
    • 14 October 2005
    ...until they have disgorged an 15 amount equivalent to al the benefit which has accrued to them from drug dealing.” [27] In Re C (Unreported: 3 February 1995) Turner J said of section 16: “If the court is of opinion that the defendant has later acquired assets which might be realised, then th......
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