Dublin District Civil Court issued the warrant as a result of Mr McFeely’s failure to pay a debt of more than 24,000 Euro to a recruitment firm. The Dungiven man, whose company was behind the condemned Priory Hall apartment complex in Dublin, has been the subject of civil proceedings. He could face a prison sentence of up to three months for failing to pay 24,288 Euro’s for services obtained from MCR Personnel Ltd, a company that specialises in recruiting for building firms. Mr McFeely, with an address at Ailesbury Road, Dublin, paid 10,000 Euro to the company but two subsequent cheque payments bounced and the creditor applied to the court to compel him to clear the remaining balance. On Tuesday the court issued a warrant for his arrest for not complying with order to pay.
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