Novosibirsk deputy and former owner of Sibmost JSC got rid of a debt of 21 million rubles — Banks of Omsk

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Vladislav Koshkin will not pay the debt of CJSC Rosselkhozbank. The court concluded that the credit institution illegally entered into an agreement with him.

Novosibirsk deputy and former owner of Sibmost JSC got rid of a debt of 21 million rubles

Novosibirsk deputy and former owner of Sibmost JSC got rid of a debt of 21 million rubles

As stated in the materials of the arbitration court, in 2015 the bank and Sibmost entered into an agreement to provide FKU Uprdor Vilyuy with a guarantee that Vladislav Koshkin's company would build a bridge across the Markha River. Sibmost had to pay a commission for this guarantee. The company has not fulfilled its part of the agreement.

The bank went to court, in May 2018 it decided to recover 4.9 million unpaid commission from Sibmost in favor of the credit institution.

Later, the bank and Sibmost entered into another deal, it changed the terms of the guarantee of Vladislav Koshkin, who by that time had already been declared bankrupt.

In the fall of 2019, Rosselkhozbank applied to the court to be included in the list of creditors of Vladislav Koshkin, who was the guarantor for Sibmost loans. The organization demanded 21 million rubles from Koshkin under a guarantee issued in 2018.

The court concluded that the issuance of a guarantee by Vladislav Koshkin under a bank guarantee from 2018 was illegal. Due to the fact that representatives of Rosselkhozbank knew that Vladislav Koshkin had already been declared bankrupt at that time and was not the head of Sibmost.

The court ruled that the bank abused its right by entering into an agreement to issue a new bank guarantee and did not include Rosselkhozbank in the list of creditors.

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