Moscow authorities report attempt of Mosproekt illegal seizure
It is noted that the lawbreakers have already been brought to administrative responsibility.
One of the leading Moscow enterprises for the integrated design of town-planning ensembles and residential areas, Mosproekt OJSC, has been subjected to an illegal seizure attempt. This was reported on Friday, May 12, by the Moscow Department of Property Relations.
According to the agency, the attempt was made by the joint-stock company's management; a group of managers adopted a new edition of the company's charter, which essentially restricted shareholders' rights, including those of the capital authorities.
After that, the lawbreakers ceased to provide shareholders with information about Mosproekt's financial and economic activities, and did not respond to letters and requests.
"In this regard, the Department of Municipal Property appealed to the judicial and supervisory authorities and filed a complaint to the Central Bank," the message says.
As a result, violators were brought to administrative responsibility, and the company's board of directors was re-elected. The powers of the general director were terminated prematurely.
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