Earlier Mr Redmond told of how he took a payment of pounds 25,000 in cash from JMSE
empoyee James Gogarty.
The report revealed that Dublin Corporation would not pay for sewerage and other services on the land owned by JMSE
Mr Gogarty said he first met Mr Redmond at the Gaiety Theatre in 1984 when JMSE
was renovating the famous playhouse.
Mr Gogarty's allegations sparked the investigation when he claimed Bovale Developments and JMSE
had come together to pay Mr Burke pounds 80,000 in exchange for swinging planning votes in 1989.
The tribunal heard how Gogarty alleged that building tycoon Michael Bailey and his boss's son Joseph Murphy Junior of JMSE
contractors handed Burke the two envelopes stuffed with cash.
She told the probe that she received a phone-call from a director of developers JMSE
before she began negotiations into forming the government two years ago.
He said that at the first meeting, in a hotel near Heathrow, the JMSE
executive had denied any knowledge of a company payment to Ray Burke.
It had been alleged that Mr Gogarty was to be "ambushed" by lawyers about accusations that he was involved in intimidation of JMSE
After ruling that the JMSE
legal team had effectively withdrawn from the tribunal, Mr Justice Flood asked the next barrister in line to begin his questioning of the witness.
It is believed that lawyers for Mr Gogarty's former employers, JMSE
, will claim that the idea was his own and he used company funds for the plan.
The accusations by the 81- year-old former JMSE
employee prompted the legal probe to be interrupted.
Earlier the elderly and frail former JMSE
employee made more damning allegations about builder Michael Bailey.