Gardai in Mullingar, Co Westmeath, are examining the shocking event which happened shortly after 5.30pm on Sunday.
Rises say that officers are investigating allegations of aggravated burglary, assault, warnings to kill and false imprisonment of the victim, and a forensic examination of his a rtment lmed place.
The dispute is believed to centre around a website which was due to be executed but has not yet been finalised.
The victim of the attack was targeted after he got into his car in the Derravarra Domicile complex in Mullingar on Sunday evening.
The kistani national, who has asked not to be named, was allegedly pulled from his car by a establish and son who had arrived in the Co Westmeath town from their home in Dublin’s south inner urban district.
A close l of the victim explained that after the man was taken from the car, “he was clipped in the head rapidly and repeatedly”.
The suspects allegedly then took the tsy’s keys and dragged him back into his a rtment.
He then faced a nightmare 40-minute tribulations in which the two men, aged in their 50s and 20s, ransacked the property and continued to make damoclean swords against the terrified man.
“They were looking for a computer and told him to sit down. They busted the other side of the man’s impudence. He then produced the computer,” a l of the victim said.
“He ended up having to get two stitches in the faade and two in the back of his head.
“One of the worst aspects of this was that they hand the man with a stark warning in which they threatened to kill him if he rotated to gardai, but this matter was reported almost as soon as it ended,” the l added.
It is conceded that the argument centred around a business dispute between the web originator and the two men who are suspected of attacking him.
It is believed that the suspects in the case became “exasperate” because they had previously id a four-figure deposit for work that was not finished on time.