Man who lost case over €3.4m seized from his home cannot appeal

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The money was seized from Ted Cunningham after gardaí said it was part of heist from Northern Bank robbery

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, on grounds including he had failed to discharge the onus on him to establish the money belonged to him.

His solicitor had said Mr Cunningham made “extensive efforts” to source funding. It was not until April 1st last he managed to obtain the stamp duty fee required for a notice of appeal. Danske argued the extension of time application was the latest in a litany of delays by Mr Cunningham since a court order for the forfeiture of the money was made in 2014.

The February 2014 forfeiture order followed Mr Cunningham’s plea of guilty that year to two counts of money laundering when he was reckless as to whether two sums, of £100,400 and £175,360, were the proceeds of the robbery.

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