The High Court has barred businessman Noel O'Gara from bringing any further legal actions in relation to Dartmouth Square in Dublin.
The order was made by Mr Justice Peter Charleton after he dismissed Mr O'Gara’s application for an injunction order against Tom Murray aimed a preventing the sale of Dartmouth Square.
Mr Murray is the official liquidator of Marble & Granite Tiles Ltd, a company co-owned by Mr O'Gara and his wife Naramon which bought Dartmouth Square in 2005 for about €750.
Mr O'Gara brought the action because he said that he was the victim of an alleged fraud.
Mr Murray had denied the claims, and his lawyers told the court that he had at all times acted in the best interests of the company in liquidation.
Dismissing Mr O'Gara's application, the judge said that nothing had been before the court by Mr O'Gara that would allow him make an order halting the sale of the Ranelagh property.
The Judge, following an application by Mr Murray's lawyers, also made orders striking out all Mr O'Gara's proceedings against Mr Murray and granted orders preventing Mr O'Gara, his company or entity on their behalf from bringing any further action in relation to Dartmouth Square.
Noting the amount of litigation concerning the matter the Judge said that any action by Mr O'Gara and or parties related to him was now "totally and completely at an end".
The Square was put up for sale at Allsops auction earlier this month. It was bought jointly by local residents and Dublin City Council for €142,000. Mr O'Gara claimed the site was worth much more, and that there was conspiracy to put off buyers.