The Federal Tax Service presented new demands to the bankrupt Yuzhuralmost for half a billion
Interdistrict Inspectorate of the Federal Tax Service No. 17 presented new demands in the framework of the bankruptcy case of Yuzhuralmost JSC. This time, the once largest road contractor in the Chelyabinsk region was presented with demands in the amount of 457.3 million rubles. Information about this is contained on the Federal Resources website, but is not yet reflected in the materials of the arbitration court.
“The bankruptcy trustee of JSC Yuzhuralmost received a claim from the creditor of the MIFTS No. 17 for the Chelyabinsk region in the amount of 457,328,323 rubles. The requirements are based on FAS resolutions No. 22/04/14.32-41/2019 and No. 22/04/14.32-38/2019 dated March 19, 2020,” reported on Fedresurs.
These are not the first demands of the Federal Tax Service in the framework of the Yuzhuralmost bankruptcy case. In July 2023, the tax office filed a petition to include a claim in the register in the amount of 17 million rubles; a decision on it has not yet been made.
Let us remind you that the FAS recognized Yuzhuralmost as a participant in an antimonopoly conspiracy in the market of road works in the Chelyabinsk region, which were carried out in 2016-2018. The court established a cartel at 10 road auctions totaling 2.4 billion rubles. The case reached the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, which denied Yuzhuralmost and the ex-governor of the Chelyabinsk region Boris Dubrovsky associated with it to transfer cassation complaints to the Judicial Collegium for Economic Disputes of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation.
A year later, the court declared Yuzhuralmost bankrupt on the claim of Ural-Service-Group LLC, which, it is believed, may be associated with the defendant. Yuzhuralmost’s debt to the plaintiff amounts to 75.3 million rubles under contract agreements for road repairs, including the M-5 highway.