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IrelandRonan Ryan and Pamela Flood gets three weeks longer in their home after judge's order

07:45  23 august  2019
07:45  23 august  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Former Miss Ireland Pamela Flood and her husband, restaurateur Ronan Ryan , could be facing jail within the next 48 hours for breaching court orders Judge Linnane has been told the couple reneged on their get -out undertaking and, only three weeks before the July 9 deadline, Mr Ryan had gone to

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Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood gets three weeks longer in their home after judge's order Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood Photo: Gerry Mooney

Former Miss Ireland Pamela Flood and her restaurateur husband Ronan Ryan may live without fear of eviction from their plush Clontarf home for another three weeks, a judge decided today.

However, Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy warned them they would have to continue paying their €3,700 monthly mortgage repayments as they fall due.

This was a condition of the court having extracted an assurance from Tanager Dac that it would not in the meantime move to evict them, Judge Murphy said.

Barrister Kevin Pidgeon, who appeared for the so-called vulture fund, told the court that Tanager, following a decision of Judge Jacqueline Linnane in the Circuit Court not to grant the couple a stay, had written to former TC presenter Ms Flood and Mr Ryan telling them it intended to execute its re-possession order.

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FORMER MISS IRELAND and TV presenter Pamela Flood and her restaurateur husband, Ronan Ryan , may live without fear of eviction in their Clontarf home for another three weeks , a judge decided today. But Justice Deirdre Murphy warned them they would have to continue paying their €3

FORMER Miss Ireland and TV presenter Pamela Flood and her restaurateur husband, Ronan Ryan , may live without fear of eviction in their plush Clontarf home for another three weeks , a judge decided today. But Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy warned them they would have to continue paying their €3,700

Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood gets three weeks longer in their home after judge's order Pamela Flood and Ronan Ryan. Photo: David Conachy

Mr Pidgeon said he was instructed to offer the court an undertaking that Tanager would not take any further steps against the couple pending the resolution by the High Court of an application by them for a stay pending an appeal of Judge Linnane’s order.

Ross Maguire SC, for the couple, in turn gave the court an undertaking that they would continue to meet monthly repayments.

Judge Linnane, despite having been told that Mr Ryan had obtained a Protective Certificate under last-minute personal insolvency proceedings, granted Tanager leave to execute a consent possession order signed by Flood and Ryan and made an order of court on March 8 last.

At that time the couple had accepted a four month stay on the possession order to allow them to find alternative accommodation and had undertaken to vacate their home at 136 Mount Prospect Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin, on or before July 9.

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Pamela Flood and her husband Ronan Ryan (not pictured) have their young children living in the €900,000 house at 136 Mount Prospect Avenue Judge Linnane has been told that the couple reneged on their get -out undertaking and, only three weeks before the July 9th deadline, Mr Ryan

Former Miss Ireland and TV presenter Pamela Flood and her restaurateur husband Ronan Ryan may live without fear of eviction in their Clontarf home for another three weeks , a judge decided today. But Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy warned them they would have to continue paying their €3,700 monthly

Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood gets three weeks longer in their home after judge's order Dispute: The house in Clontarf, Dublin, occupied by Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood

When Judge Linnane heard they had instead done a turnaround and obtained a Protective Certificate, granting them a 70-day protection from all and any of their creditor, she continued a full hearing of their case and granted Tanager leave to execute the March 8 consent possession order. She refused to grant the couple a stay.

Mr Justice Denis McDonald also refused to grant them a stay when the matter came before him last week but put their application for a stay in for further consideration by the High Court today.

Judge Murphy today granted both sides leave to lodge affidavits setting out their submissions arguing whether or not there are arguable grounds for the granting of a stay and adjourned the proceedings until September 2.

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Judge Jacqueline Linnane, heard in the Circuit Civil Court on Friday that the couple over the past nine years had not paid anything off the mortgage on their Mount Prospect Avenue, Clontarf, home and had then only made a single payment in February last. The judge granted barrister Rudi Neuman, counsel

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