According to the authorities, it is part of the “specially protected areas.”
- The Moscow Arbitration Court accepted the claim of the administration of the Limansky district of the Astrakhan region against the former company of Oleg Tinkov, La Dacha Astrakhan, follows from the file of the court. Forbes drew attention to this.
- The reason for the lawsuit is a land plot in the Limansky district, where one of Oleg Tinkov’s dachas is located. The administration demands to invalidate the agreement on the redistribution of land and land plots and to cancel the registration of the right to the plot.
- In addition, the administration demands that La Dacha Astrakhan vacate the site, restore it on its own within its former boundaries and bring it into a state “suitable for use for its intended purpose.” According to the authorities, the land is part of “specially protected areas.”
- According to Kontur.Fokus, Oleg Tinkov owned 100% of La Dacha Astrakhan until December 2016, then the shares were transferred to two Cypriot companies – Wurlan Holdings Limited and Nubelon Holdings Limited. Since April 29, 2022, the owner is Stanislav Podolsky.
- Tinkov used the La Datcha brand to rent out his property. On May 11, he said that he sold the Russian business of La Datcha “at the market price.” It includes an unfinished project in Kamchatka, “which the Finns are building”, real estate in Astrakhan and other places.