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Kyiv Economic Court injunctions on Nov. 4 and Nov. 10 have prevented Ukraina’s newly appointed acting director from receiving official registration with a state body, claiming that the shareholders meeting that appointed him was illegal.

Lawyers from Magisters, representing a foreign majority shareholder and an Irish Bank trying to foreclose on the property, allege that minority shareholders have unwittingly enabled lawyers to file court claims on their behalf preventing the new director from obtaining legal recognition.

Rostyslav Levinzon was appointed acting director following an extraordinary shareholders meeting on Nov. 7. Since, he hasn’t been allowed entry into the shopping center’s management office by the previous management.

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