The High Court has stopped an action by former assistant Dublin city and county manager George Redmond against a finding of corruption made by the Planning Tribunal. However Mr Justice Paul Gilligan has allowed the 88-year-old to challenge a costs order made by the inquiry against him. In 2004, the third interim report of the Planning Tribunal made a finding that the former assistant Dublin city and county manager had received a corrupt payment and had obstructed its work. The following year, Mr Redmond brought a High Court action seeking damages and to quash the findings, but it was 2011 before he made any moves to further prosecute the case.
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