€13.5 million judgement reported against Seamus “Banty” McEnaney

21 January 2011 No Comments by The Northern Standard

ell-known former manager of the Monaghan county team, and current Meath GAA football manager, Seamus “Banty” McEnaney has had a High Court judgement of €13.49 million registered against him in favour of Allied Irish Banks.
Last Thursday’s Irish Times reported that Pilerp Ltd, a development company in which Mr McEnaney had a one-third share, had gone into receivership.
The company had been involved in developing apartments at The Diamond, Monaghan Town. But on 13th December last, AIB appointed Martin Ferris of Ferris & Associates as receiver.
The registered address of Pilerp Ltd has been given as Westenra Arms Hotel, The Diamond, Monaghan. The hotel is owned by the McEnaney family with Seamus listed as one of its directors. He also has an involvement in running the Fiddlers Elbow pub and restaurant in Carrickmacross.
The Irish Times also reports a judgment of €9.7 million registered by AIB against Thomas McEnaney of Carrickmacross, and two further judgments of €1.25 million each against Frank and Pat McEnaney.

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