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Limerick Coal Merchant Faces Instalment Order

In the King’s Bench Division yesterday, Mr Justice Gibson presided over a case involving a Limerick coal merchant and a debt owed to shipping agents. The plaintiffs, operating out of Granby Street, Limerick, sought an order for the defendant to pay the outstanding balance of £11 11s 11d, plus interest, in instalments.

The debt stemmed from a previous action for coal sold and delivered, with the judgement dating back to February 1916. The defendant’s representative argued that the coal merchant had no means to pay the full amount upfront.

After considering the arguments, Mr Justice Gibson granted the instalment order, providing a structured repayment plan for the defendant. Mr Phelps, instructed by Mr J. J. Bowles, represented the plaintiffs, while Mr P. Kelly, instructed by Mr Quaid, appeared for the defendant.

Dublin Daily Express – Friday 01 June 1917

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