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Who Owns Ireland - Hidden Truth of Land Ownership in Ireland

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ISBN: 9780750984454
AuthorCahill, Kevin
Pub Date01/09/2021
BindingHardback
Pages320
CountryGBR
Dewey333.3094
Quick overview From the author of Who Owns Britain and producer of the Sunday Times Rich List
€23.43

A startling expose of Ireland's most valuable asset - its land. Kevin Cahill's investigations reveal the breakdown of ownership of the land itself across all 32 counties, and show the startling truth about the people - and institutions - who own the ground beneath our feet.

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A startling expose of Ireland's most valuable asset - its land. Kevin Cahill's investigations reveal the breakdown of ownership of the land itself across all 32 counties, and show the startling truth about the people - and institutions - who own the ground beneath our feet.

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