Creditors are trying to challenge real estate transactions of the bankrupt "Semya" chain store

The real estate of the bankrupt "Semya" chain store in the amount of 3 billion rubles is being sold bypassing creditors' claims. Many experts agree that challenging the deal is unlikely, since it was preceded by preparations that began several years before the bankruptcy of "Semya".

Karina Sidorova, Head of Crisis Management and Bankruptcy Practice at Duvernoix Legal, also sees no prospects for creditors in relation to the real estate objects being sold. "Creditors of LLC “TD Intertorg” have the right, within the framework of bringing Abdullaev Allakhverdi to subsidiary liability, to foreclose on his shares in companies. However, given that LLC “VIRO” was liquidated in 2017, I do not see any prospects for creditors," she notes.

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