Quinns' Russian accounts provided
on 15/03/2013 00:00:00
A number of steps had been taken but his clients wanted to keep certain issues private, he said.
Ms Justice Elizabeth Dunne said she understood the need to balance both the concerns of Mr Quinn and IBRC and noted that the bank wanted an opportunity to examine the documents provided by Mr Quinn in purported compliance with the court's orders.
The overall issue of a payment of $500,000 (€385,000) to Larissa Puga, the former general director of Quinn Properties Ukraine, remained to be resolved, she said.
Mr Quinn was found in contempt of court arising from that Puga payment and was jailed for three months.
His father also served a period in jail for contempt and the judge heard yesterday Mr Quinn Sr had indicated he would abide by whatever orders the court made in the matter but had concerns over some proposals advanced by the bank.
There was no appearance by Peter Darragh Quinn, a nephew of Mr Quinn, who was also found in contempt. An order for his arrest to serve a three-month sentence has not been effected because he remains outside the jurisdiction at his home in Northern Ireland.
Having heard from the sides, the judge adjourned the matter for mention only on Apr 11 and said both sides could file sworn statements in the matter.