Another claim to Kremlin to be heard in court on November 9
MOSCOW, October 27 - RAPSI, Sergei Feklyunin. A commercial court will hear on November 9 a lawsuit filed by Tatiana Barysheva to recognize her right to use the Moscow Kremlin for an unlimited time, the court told the Russian Legal nformation Agency (RAPSI).
The government, Culture Ministry and Federal Agency for State Property Management are defendants in the case.
The Moscow District Federal Commercial Court upheld on October 3 the decision to dismiss a similar lawsuit filed by the Fund of Assistance to the National and Religious Consent of Princes to recognize its rights to the Moscow Kremlin.
The fund's chief, Valery Kubarev, claimed in court that he is a descendant of the Rurik Dynasty, which he believes entitles him to unlimited use of the Kremlin. Courts on all three levels held against the lawsuit in full.
When asked in the federal court on which legal grounds the plaintiff hoped to make his claims to the Kremlin, Kubarev was at a loss.
The Rurik Dynasty, Kievan Rus Prince Igors descendants, ruled the country until the late 16th century. The Romanovs succeeded to the throne in the early 17th century.