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Recent developments in the Yukos saga see assets in Belgium belonging to Russia unfrozen

27 June 2017 Guillaume Croisant, Belgium

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In 2015, at the request of one of Yukos’s main former shareholders, assets in Belgium belonging to Russia were frozen. The Brussels Court of First Instance has now lifted that order. This decision follows a recent ruling of the Belgian Constitutional Court upholding the so-called ‘Yukos’ Act of 23 August 2015, which reinforces state immunity from enforcement in Belgium.  

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