LANDLORD CONVICTED OF LETTING OUT APARTMENT TO PROSTITUTES

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first_imgA LANDLORD has admitted he knew the property he leased to a group of individuals was being used as a brothel.Ionel Iulian Bojoga, with an address at 7 Duffy’s Lane, Letterkenny admitted at the town’s District Court that he knew his premises were being used by prostitutes.The court heard that Gardaí issued with a search warrant, raided the apartment owned by Ionel Iulian Bojogo on June 19 this year. Gardaí discovered females in the rooms and a number of clients were ‘visiting’ the apartment at the time of the raid.A number of items and paraphernalia were seized from the apartment including a substantial amount of money.The court heard how the arrest of Ionel Iulian Bojogo had a devastating impact on him and his family.The defendant’s solicitor Patsy Gallagher told the court: “This has had a devastating impact on Mr Bojogo and his family.“He was remanded in custody for six to eight weeks following his arrest and was also directed to reside in Dublin following his release.“He was unable to see his family and it was an extremely difficult time for him and his family.“He realises he shouldn’t have leased the property to the individuals once he discovered what they were using his property for.“I would ask the judge to take into account his early guilty plea, and the fact he has no previous convictions.”In his closing summary Judge Denis McLaughlin said: “I’m taking into account the fact the defendant has already spent between eights weeks in custody, and the fact he’s had no previous convictions and is obviously a man of good character.”Judge Denis McLaighlin sentenced Bojogo to eights months in prison. However he suspended the sentence for a period of two years.The case is one of a number involving landlords which are due to be heard at the local court.LANDLORD CONVICTED OF LETTING OUT APARTMENT TO PROSTITUTES was last modified: November 11th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:convictedlandlordletterkennypropertylast_img read more


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first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: G.A The practical details of a transition to payment platform eNett International, following the upcoming closure of rival Moneydirect, is not as concerning as the inevitable lack of competition the move will bring about, a number of retailers have said.One retailer told e-Travel Blackboard that Moneydirect’s closing is “taking competition out of the marketplace”, which may impact prices in the future, despite eNett’s promise to match Moneydirect’s existing fee structure for the first twelve months.“My concern is what happens after the twelve months,” the retailer said.Many retailers have relied on industry media for information for news on the issue, many –particularly those based regionally – having received no notification from either Moneydirect or eNett as to what is going on.However, many believe the transition to eNett will not be difficult.One source, who has “always” used Moneydirect but does have an account with eNett, said the retraining of staff will not likely be a concern.e-Travel Blackboard spoke with eNett International chief executive Anthony Hynes who advised that eNett will not only be working closely with Moneydirect but will also be doubling its resources to ensure the transition between the two companies will be smooth.“Our challenge over the next couple of months is to provide training and support to agencies and suppliers as they migrate,” Mr Hynes said.According to Mr Hynes, from a supplier side, it will practically be “business as usual” while agencies can expect a few changes in eNett’s offering compared to Moneydirect’s.While the interface will obviously be different, the reporting capabilities, a later settlement time (3.30pm in Australia and 4.30pm in New Zealand), and a close relationship with its banking partners to reduce risk will likely meet needs of the industry, the eNett boss said.Mr Hynes did admit that there is a delay in the settlement of funds as a risk precaution but that this would is liable to aid the industry given a recent spate of hoax bookings and should not interfere with normal booking procedures.last_img read more