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Thursday 16th July 2020
Home Property Scams MacAnthony appeals rejected by NFOPP

MacAnthony appeals rejected by NFOPP

The National Federation of Property Professionals (NFOPP) has rejected appeals made on behalf of Darragh MacAnthony by Dominic Pickering, the new CEO of MRI Overseas Property, against its malpractice judgement last year.

The chairman of the Disciplinary Appeals Committee, I.F. Rose, FNAEA (Hon’d.), said that the Appeals Tribunal had given the utmost thought and deliberation to a host of information but had decided to reject to the appeal and that the findings of the original Tribunal remain in place.

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