Court refused to stop sale of property of relatives of ex-Governor of Sakhalin Khoroshavin
Wife and son of the accused of multimillion bribes official made an appeal concerning “measures of preliminary protection”.
The Gagarinsky Court of Moscow refused suspension of the biddings to relatives of the ex-Governor of Sakhalin Aleksander Khoroshavin. Earlier, lawyers of the son and the wife of the official asked to suspend a sale of their property, because even the unique housing of a family is put up for sale.
“We ask to suspend the biddings. Otherwise, if the court does not satisfy our claim, then it will be impossible to return the property”, the lawyer declared before judicial session.
Nevertheless, the judge, having referred to the fact that “the bases for application of measures of preliminary protection are absent”. decided to reject the petition.
To recall, within executive production concerning Aleksander Khoroshavin police officers confiscated from the former spouse and the son of the ex-Governor of the Sakhalin Region four apartments in Moscow and house in Gorky-10 on Rublevka. Besides, Ilya Khoroshavin's cars Bentley Continental, Mercedes S-class, and also Lexus LX off-road vehicle 570, which belongs to Irina Khoroshavina will be sold at auction now.
Aleksander Khoroshavin and his four expected accomplices are accused of taking bribes in the amount of more than 522 million rubles. Now, investigative actions on his case are complete. Persons involved are getting acquainted with the case.
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