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Court left Patarkatsishvili’s widow without inheritance2009-07-02 18:51
Tblisi Court of appeal didn't secure the claim of Inna Gudzavadze, the widow of the late Georgian tycoon and opposition supporter Badri Patarkatsishvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
She demanded to claim the will, allowing Patarkatsishvili's stepbrother Joseph Key, to dispose the inheritance, fake. The Court of Appeal secured the decision of the Tbilisi City Court, and Key can satisfy the will - The Vzglyad.
Key insists that, according to the will written in 2007, he has the right for the possessions at cost of over USD 1 bn. Inna Gudavadze doubts the right and the will itself, which she considers fake. In May 2008 Tbilisi City Court accepted the claim and suspended all the operations with Patarkatsishvili's inheritance to the moment of the final decision.
According to the previous messages, businessman Boris Berezovskiy pretends to some part of the late business partner's legacy. He turned to the court in London with a request to appoint an independent executor.