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Two centres for children and teenagers in the Cappoquin area and land and buildings in Lota, Glanmire, are still on the list of properties to be transferred from the Catholic Church to the State for the redress scheme for abuse survivors.
The Avondhu has learned that as of December 2012, 41 properties have been transferred, representing a total value of over €41 million – 65.2% of the values of properties to be transferred.
The property worth the most was a site at Merrion worth €8.9 million, while eight others came in at more than €1 million – the Presentation Convent in Hospital, county Limerick was also on the list of property that was transferred, worth €429,000.
The centres in Cappoquin, Coisceim and Emohruo, and the lands and buildings in Lota, Glanmire, are on a list of 20 properties, which according to Secretary General Sean O Foghlu, have not been fully and finally accepted by the Department of Education and Skills.
In a letter to the Committee on Public Accounts, Mr O Foghlu stated: “The Congregations have agreed to transfer these properties under the Indemnity Agreement, subject to good and marketable title being furnished.
“Physical transfers of the properties have taken place and all of these properties are in use or available for use by the intended recipients. While they have transferred physically, the Chief State Solicitor’s Office continues to pursue the legal requirements under the Indemnity Agreement.”
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