It comes as a Excessive Courtroom Choose in a separate case just lately warned a West of Eire farmer that he will probably be jailed for a 3rd time for contempt except he removes his cattle from lands which are up on the market.

Mr Justice Michael Twomey discovered Mr Eugene Costello that he will probably be jailed for 3 weeks because of his ongoing failure to take away cattle from 90 acres of farmland at Coolfree, Taughmaconnell, Ballinasloe, Co Roscommon.

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Nevertheless, the Choose positioned a keep on the committal order and adjourned the case to October to permit Mr Costello time to take away the cattle from the lands.

Carlisle Mortgages Ltd introduced proceedings in opposition to the farmer claiming he was making an attempt to impede the sale of the land by putting his cattle on it.  

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Carlisle desires to promote the lands as a result of Mr Costello has did not repay monies he borrowed from it in 2004 when Mr Costello was superior €440,000 by Carlisle.

The land was put up as safety, and €91,000 was repaid by Mr Costello.

Carlisle, which obtained a possession order in respect of the property in 2006, claims some €1.4m stays excellent. 

In a long-running battle, Mr Costello has raised points concerning the mortgage and has claimed it was fraudulent, which Carlisle denies.

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