Well done to Ms. Theresa McGuinness.
Would love to hear her being interviewed about this saga.
Ms McGuinness argued that Mr McFeely had lived and traded in Dublin for 20 years and his companies were registered at an address on Holles Street.
She said his home address was at Ailesbury Road in Dublin and this was also where his wife and two youngest children lived.
In an affidavit sworn in circuit court proceedings, his wife, Nina McFeely said that she had lived with her husband there since 2001 although he had spent time in England.
Ms McGuinness also argued that he had continued to be involved in his company Coalport, which is registered here, and that he owed significant debts to NAMA - around €200 million euro.
She said that in company documents filed by him in the UK in the past few years, Mr McFeely declared himself to be Irish and living in Ireland.