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October 22, 2020

Failure to discontinue waste operations is in contempt of court

High Court grants application to find the respondents as land owners in contempt of court for persistent failure to abide by Court's final orders (Noonan J) to discontinue waste operations on site made in 2016, on the grounds that, despite being granted time and opportunities to do so, the respondents have failed to put in any valid defence to the allegations of non–compliance being made against them; and the court decides that the appropriate penalty for such contempt is a fine payable to the county council to be a charge on lands in furtherance of achieving full remediation, together with injunctive relief restraining the respondents from dealing in any way whatsoever with their lands.

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