The High Court has been told progress is continuing to be made in talks to settle a dispute between Sean Quinn's children and Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC).
The businessman's five adult children deny liability regarding around €415m of guarantees under loans from the former Anglo Irish Bank to Quinn companies.
Both sides have been in discussions for a week, and have requested more time.
Earlier this week, Mr Justice Garrett Simons refused the Quinn family permission to include a claim they had been unduly influenced by their father in signing the guarantees.
The case has been adjourned until next Tuesday.
Reporting by Shane Beatty
Main image: Sean Quinn's children - Aoife Quinn and Seán Quinn Junior - enter the Four Courts in Dublin on the first day of the case between them and the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation | Image: RollingNews.ie