€7m price tag as palatial Dunnes home up for salehttp://www.independent.ie/business/iris ... 27231.html
A Celtic Tiger era mansion on Dublin's Shrewsbury Road which was previously at the centre of a court petition involving Sean and Gayle Dunne is about to be sold with a likely market value in the order of €7m, the Irish Independent has learned.
No mention of the chess set.
Killilea seeks to remove ownership claim over propertieshttp://www.irishtimes.com/business/comm ... -1.2213090
Gayle Killilea, wife of developer Seán Dunne, has asked a US judge not to refer a fraudulent asset transfer case taken against them to the bankruptcy court where he failed to secure a discharge from his debts.
Ms Killilea, the former newspaper gossip columnist, has also asked the court to remove claims of an ownership interest that Mr Dunne’s US bankruptcy trustee has made over two multimillion dollar houses in Greenwich, Connecticut, that the couple claims belong to her.
The houses – Stillman Lane, which the couple have said was their American home, and Milbank – are subject to Lis Pendens notices by the trustee Richard Coan who claims the properties were bought by money fraudulently transferred by Mr Dunne to his wife.
Gayle Killilea in new bid to save her €100m 'gift'http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/co ... 09777.html
Wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne takes High Court case to save assets transferred to her name
Gayle Killilea, the wife of developer Sean Dunne, has opened up a new front in her battle to prevent the seizure of millions of euro in assets he transferred to her 10 years ago, the Sunday Independent has learned.
Lawyers for Ms Killilea will tomorrow ask the High Court in Dublin to strike out proceedings being brought by Official Assignee Chris Lehane in which he is seeking the reversal of multi-million euro asset transfers made by Mr Dunne as part of agreement drawn up with his wife in March 2005, following the birth of their first son, Bobby Luke. As part of that €100m deal, the former 'Baron of Ballsbridge' gave Ms Killilea numerous valuable assets including his interest in the exclusive Lagoon Beach Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa, the former Irish Glass Bottle sports club site in south Dublin and the contents of the couple's former Shrewsbury Road home. While the official assignee believes these and other transfers to have been fraudulent and executed by Mr Dunne in an effort to deprive his creditors of millions of euro owed to them, both the developer and his wife have strenuously denied that claim.