Ionchúiseamh 2006

The Director of Corporate Enforcement v James Johnston & Sons Limited.

10 November 2006


Details of Defendants: 
James Johnston & Sons Limited 

Company Number: 39891

Registered Office: Middle Road, Ballyraine, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

Venue: 
Letterkenny District Court. 

Judge: 
District Judge McVeigh 

Alleged Offence(s): 
The defendant was charged with offences under section 202 of the Companies Act 1990, which requires the keeping of proper books of account. The 3 charges related to the financial years ending the 31st of December 2002; 31st of December 2003 and 31st of December 2004. 

Outcome: 
On a plea of guilty, the Court convicted the defendant on each count of an offence under section 202 of the Companies Act 1990, imposed fines totalling of €1,500 and directed the defendant to pay prosecution costs of €250.

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