Prosecution Cases 2011

The Director of Corporate Enforcement v McEvoy's Self Service Drapery Limited

03 February 2011

Details of Defendant(s):
McEvoy’s Self Service Drapery Limited

Company Number:

Registered Office:
Backhouse Centre, Clanbrassil Street, Dundalk, Co. Louth.

Dundalk District Court

District Judge Hamill

Alleged Offence(s):
The defendant was charged with five offences under Section 202 of the Companies Act 1990, which requires the keeping of proper books of account. The charges related to the financial years ended 31/8/05; 31/8/06; 31/8/07; 31/8/08 and 31/8/09.

On a plea of guilty, the Court convicted the defendant of five offences under Section 202 of the Companies Act, 1990, imposed fines totalling €3,000 and directed the defendant to pay prosecution costs of €1,115. The Court fixed recognisances in the event of an appeal. The Accused has since appealed to the Circuit Court from the decision of the District Court. That appeal has not yet been determined.

Appeal to the Circuit Court 4th July 2012

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