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Akhmedova v Akhmedov & Ors [2019] EWHC 2561 (Fam)

The husband had been ordered to pay the wife £453,576,152 and so far had not paid a penny voluntarily. Enforcement had only been possible in respect of a much smaller amount. This without notice application sought orders against two Liechtenstein trustees used by the husband to evade enforcement. Knowles J granted a freezing injunction and made an order for asset disclosure. The de jure directors of the trustees would be named in the penal notice.

Published: 22/10/2019


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