A Doll's House

In Act 3, What is ironic about Torvald's admission that he let Nora's father off during the course of his investigations?

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This seems almost like "payment" for Nora, as if she was a possession to be bought. Nora sees herself as an object that was passed from her father’s ownership to Helmer’s, “like a songbird you bought at the pet store.”