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Patarkatsishvili's widow does not want to share with the second wife of a businessman

July 30 2008
23:37

The widow of Georgian businessman Badri Patarkatsishvili Inna Gudavadze asked the court to invalidate a marriage between a businessman and Russian Olga Safonova.

According to the Georgian media quoted Russian sources, the lawyers have already filed a lawsuit Gudavadze Moscow court. In its lawsuit, according to media, I. Gudavadze asked a Moscow court to annul a marriage in St. Petersburg May 16, 1997 between Arkadi (Badri) Shalvovich Patarkatsishvili and Olga Safonova.

Recall, the richest man in Georgia, the owner of $ 12 billion, a politician, an opposition regime of Saakashvili, died suddenly of a heart attack in mid-February this year. He died in London in his mansion, built in XVIII century. Badri Patarkatsishvili - was a close colleague and friend Boris Berezovsky. His name surfaced in the shocking stories in the 90's, he was interrogated in a number of other suspects in the murder of Vladislav Listyev, Russian prosecutors accused him of stealing cars from AvtoVAZ.

According to I. Gudavadze she married Patarkatsishvili in 1979 in Tbilisi, and that the husband remarried in 1997, it was unknown until his death in February 2008. Widow stresses that the new marriage businessman violated its moral and economic rights that belong to IV Gudavadze as heiress. Besides, she notes, in the USSR bigamy was prohibited by law.

For the inheritance of Patarkatsishvili spores are his relatives in America and Georgia. While the legacy manages stepbrother businessman Joseph Kay (Joseph Kakalashvili). Earlier, Georgian media have alleged that Patarkatsishvili in his will, first reported the existence of the son of David - their child in common with O. Safonova, reminds Interfax .

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