Successive failures may create possibility of plaintiff being declared a frivolous and/or vexatious litigant - Google "Isaac Wunder"...made several reports to state authorities including, Health & Safety Authority, Inland Fisheries, North Tipperary Environment, Coilte and the IAA to name a few. From all his best efforts non of the above mentioned have found any wrong doing during their investigations of the site and has led to no further actions.
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and that is certainly what we hope to be the case at this stage jm2833530.
A man can only cry wolf so many times...
it should be a criminal offence in my opinion to use state resources in this fashion.
has AOPA been of any assistance with this one?
Best of luck to the Hanleys and make sure to visit the strip as often as possible.
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But it's dragging on for all the usual legal reasons.
But it is important for ALL airfields.
Is there any hope of reinstatement of the licence for Erinagh?
EIER is closed for now to all traffic. I settled the high court case with local council out of court, but had to close the airfield as part of the settlement. The license was not revoked but rather cancelled by myself. Planning permission will now have to be sought and granted before any flying can resume. This is an unfortunate situation but one which I could not have avoided due to exposure of huge costs a high court case can bring.
My brother and I will be making a planning application in the future so do not give up on Erinagh.
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