Ministry of Internal Affairs provided court with materials regarding construction of Chemezov and Razumov mansions
The Russian MIA presented materials of the criminal case against the world-famous architect , Nana Hernandez-Getashvili, to the court
The winner of the international architectural competition in London is being accused of unperformed construction works in two mansions of high-ranking plaintiffs. One of them – Ekaterina Ignatova, a member of the board of directors in MFK-Bank, as well as the wife of Sergey Chemezov – the Head of the State Corporation Rostec. Another one is Dmitry Razumov, the CEO of ONEXIM Group.
According to the legal representative of Hernandez-Getashvili, Alexander Vasilyev, the investigator of the 2nd department of the Investigation Directorate in Central Region of Moscow Marina Oblivanets, was preventing him from the criminal case materials since April 2016, even though the case was opened in December last year.
The lawyer has been trying to make Oblivanets disclose materials of the case through the court, but neither she, nor any other members of the Investrigative Directorate did not show up for the hearing.
Even the first judicial order about the transfer of materials to the court had no effect.
It was only the decision of the Tagansky Court of Moscow obliging the investigation to "declassify" materials of the criminal case against the architect that worked.
As we reported earlier, the conflict involves very impressive sums of money needed to make interior works in mansions of Ignatova-Chemezov in Barvikha and Razumov in Gorki-2.
In 2009, the future best architect of the Europe led the company "En Ji Cinema", she concluded agreements with the plaintiffs on the design and construction of houses in the village Lyubushkin Dvor in the Odintsovo district of Moscow Region. In aсcordance with the contracts, she has received 9 million euros and 3 million dollars from customers, but due to serious disagreement with the clients, ended up resolving it in the court.
The criminal case against Hernandez-Getashvili was initiated under Part 4 of Art. 159 of the Russian Criminal Code (Swindling on an especially large scale). However, according to the architect's lawyer, she learned about the case only from the press, which reported that the case was initiated and that Nana Hernandez-Getashvili was detained. The architect did not receive any summonses or notifications from the investigators.
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