A number of residents in a potentially unsafe north inner city flat have said no one has spoken to them about when they have to leave.
The building at 24 Mountjoy Square is being evacuated due to serious fire safety concerns. Twenty people including children are being forced to move out.
It follows a High Court hearing yesterday amid claims the building isn't compliant with fire safety regulations and poses a danger to its residents, neighbours and the public.
Cassio is from Brazil and shares the basement flat with 11 other people. He's told 98FM News he doesn't know anything about having to leave.
"They have been here yesterday and last week. Like ten guys making an inspection in the middle of the day. But we are just waiting for some answers."
Earlier this month a receiver launched legal action to try and take over the building.
It's believed the former Georgian townhouse also hosts a number of buinsesses including a language school and an office for advertising properties to rent on AirBnb.
The owner has fought the appointment of a receiver and has promised to hire an expert to carry out works to fix the fire safety breaches.
However the High Court's been told it would take €90,000 worth of works to bring the building up to code.