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Tatiana Akhmedova granted judgments in £453 million divorce case

Tatiana Akhmedova has been granted substantial money judgments in pursuit of her £453 million divorce award against her ex-husband, Farkhad Akhmedov. The judgments, made by Mrs Justice Knowles in the High Court, are against the couple's son, Temur Akhmedov, Borderedge, a company owned by the couple's two sons, and Liechtenstein trustee entities, Counselor Trust Reg and Sobaldo Establishment, for their participation in schemes orchestrated by Farkhad by which they had received assets to frustrate Ms Akhmedova's ability to enforce her divorce award.

Temur Akhmedov was found to have worked together with his father to hide hundreds of millions of pounds of assets – including several mansions, a superyacht, a helicopter and an extensive art collection – in order to avoid paying the divorce settlement.

For the judgment, click here. For a report in the Guardian, click here.