Prosecution Cases 2006

The Director of Corporate Enforcement v Intrum Justitia Ireland Limited

31 January 2006

Details of Defendant: 
Intrum Justitia Ireland Limited 

Address:                                                                                                                                               Ground Floor, Block 20A, Parkwest Business Park, Gallanstown, Co. Dublin 

Dublin District Court 

District Judge Mary Collins 

Alleged Offences: 
The defendant was charged with two counts of an offence under section 202 of the Companies Act, 1990, which requires the keeping of proper books of accounts related to the financial periods ending 31st December 2002 and the 31st December 2003. 

The defendant did not contest the charges. The Court, having thought the case proven proceeded (under Section 1(1) of the Probation of Offenders Act, 1907) to dismiss the charges, subject to the defendant making a €1,000 contribution to charity and costs of €300 being paid to the prosecution.

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