A company that produced log cabins is listed on the latest Revenue tax defaulters list as owing in excess of €1m to the tax collector.

Loghouse Living, which is now in liquidation, but was based at Office 4, 200 Greenogue Business Park in Rathcoole in Co Dublin, was found during an investigation to have under declared VAT.

In total it had failed to pay €390,429 and when this was combined with interest and penalties left the company facing a bill for €1,075,404.

Of this, the business still owed Revenue €1,015,404 at the end of September.

It is the highest settlement on the latest list of defaulters, which covers the third quarter of the year, from the start of July until the end of September.

Nine cases are listed on the settlements list, with the total value amounting to €2.8m.

Seven cases were for amounts over €100,000 and two were above €500,000.

Four of the settlements had not been paid fully by the end of the quarter, with €1.4m outstanding.

Other individuals identified on the list include C.H. David Magee, a company director with an address at Carrigane, Blessington in Co Wicklow.

His settlement follows a Revenue offshore assets investigation case and relates to an under-declaration of income tax.

In total he owed €620,495 in tax, interest and penalties and has now paid it all in full.

POS Fishing Limited, a marine fish supplier with an address at Rockvilla, Derrymihan West, Castletownbere in Co Cork was also named in relation to a settlement totalling €335,339 in tax, interest and penalties for under declaring corporation tax, PAYE/PRSI/USC and VAT arising from an audit.

It had also been paid in full by the end of September.

While Kevin Judge, a haulage contractor located at Lowtown, Robertstown, Naas in Co Kildare, is also listed as having reached a settlement totalling €224,595 in tax, interest and penalties.

That related to the underdeclaration of VAT that came to light during a Revenue audit case, and has been paid in full.

Other cases on the list included a DJ, Thomas Coloe, from 10 Sandford Wood, Swords in Co Dublin.

He reached a settlement of €149,092 made up of tax, interest and penalties, following an audit that revealed non-declaration of capital gains tax and under-declaration of income tax and VAT.

€146,592 of that total remained outstanding at the end of September.

In total 61 cases are published on part 1 of the settlement list, which relates to people in whose case the courts have determined a penalty relating to a settlement, or have imposed a fine, imprisonment or other penalty over a tax or duty offence.

Fines totalling €168,000 were imposed on them.