Paper Co. Gets Tactical Boost In Ex-CEO Asset Fight

Law360, London (March 25, 2020, 5:18 PM GMT) -- A London judge has blocked two offshore companies at the heart of a tussle for several luxury British homes from further distancing themselves from the former boss of a Kazakhstani paper conglomerate at an upcoming fraud trial, ruling they weren’t misinformed about a related lawsuit overseas.

In a March 23 judgment published Wednesday, High Court Judge Andrew Baker rejected an application by the companies, Dencora Ltd. and Burlington Place, to resurrect evidence that they don’t belong to Maksat Arip, the former CEO of Kazakhstan Kagazy.

The paper conglomerate wants to sell the properties, estimated to be worth a combined £60 million...

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