The separate father of Noel and Liam Gallagher could be evicted from the Oasis Stars’ childhood home after allegedly being the victim of a ‘fraud’.
Tommy Gallagher is embroiled in a bitter legal dispute over the fate of his semi-detached house. To burn, Where the brothers grew up.
Despite the judge’s ruling that the 77-year-old had been “fraudulently” out of balance, the sale of the Ashburn Avenue property has been allowed to stand.
Mr Gallagher, who separated from Noel and Liam’s mother Peggy when they were children, plans to appeal the decision, but says he has been resigning since losing his three-bed house in 1972. ۔
Despite being separated from his rock star sons for decades, he says he wants to make them aware of his plight.
Asked what he would say to his sons, Mr Galaghar said: “It will upset them.
“I am sure that when they find out, their stomachs will shake.
If they want to come home, they can come and buy a house.
“You always love the place where you were born, don’t you?”
“Where you used to play with kids, play football, go to school, they’re still big fans of Man City, they can never get away from it.”
Mr Gallagher had to reclaim the house when his mortgage contract expired, leaving him with 000 27,000 in arrears – and no way to pay it off.
He launched civil proceedings in 2017 after selling his home. The case is being heard in a first-degree tribunal property chamber.
Mr Gallagher claimed in court that Thomas Cannon, a childhood friend of Noel’s, had suggested that his brother Ricky Cannon could buy him a home.
As part of the agreement, Mr Galaghar claimed that it had been agreed that he could live on the property for the rest of his life without rent.
But it is claimed that he actually signed papers agreeing to pay 6 650 a month in rent – which he denied.
The house was sold in January 2017 and is now owned by Hina Property Company Limited.
In his findings, Judge Colin Green said the house was sold as part of a “broader scheme” in which Ricky Cannon “represented” Hanna Property as his company and assured Mr Gallagher that They can live there without rent and more will be paid. The amount of money over the next year
In fact, Mr. Cannon was not affiliated with Hina and shared a فائن 56,000 ‘Finder Fee’ after the sale.
The judge ruled that Ricky Cannon “misrepresented the case” to Hina, saying she and another person were entitled to 86 56,000 of the 86,000, agency fees or commissions. From Mr. Gallagher to Ricky to pay off and indefinite debt.
The judge’s decision reads: “Although I have sought fraud against Mr. Galaghar, I have also found that it was not committed by or on behalf of Hina.
“As a result, the transfer of property to Hina by Mr Galaghar was not invalid or nullified.”
The search for fraud was on a civil scale – on a balance of possibilities – not a criminal standard – beyond a reasonable doubt.
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The judge added: “I accept the accounts provided by Mr Galaghar … that Ricky represented Hanna as his company, and he had different beliefs about Mr Galaghar not asking for rent.” Give assurances and payments will be made.
“I learned that Mr Gallagher had relied on these assurances, but that Ricky had no intention of giving him any money.”
The court heard that Mr Galaghar believed there could be a ‘potential celebrity’ in the house because the brothers were born and raised there.
He is still at home and does not know when he will be evicted.
Mr Gallagher, a former builder and pub DJ, is considering returning to his childhood home in Dolek, County Meth, Ireland, but says restrictions on the corona virus make it difficult.
Meanwhile, he says he is living in a cloud of uncertainty.
He said: “It’s like hanging on to a rope, waiting for someone to let it go.
“It’s like I’m drowning every minute. I’ve never felt this way before in my life.
“I worked hard on this house. I would come home from a hard day’s work and jump a ladder to fix the roof. I never stopped.
“It’s horrible. I don’t like talking to people I know.
“It’s okay to talk to a stranger, but it’s very difficult to talk to someone I know because of all the memories.”