Rosenergoatom claim for rights to power-generating unit dismissed
ST. PETERSBURG, January 19 - RAPSI. A commercial court of appeals upheld the first instance court's decision dismissing Rosenergoatom Concern's lawsuit against Baltiysky Zavod to recognize its ownership right to a power-generating unit of the world's first floating nuclear heat and power plant, the court told the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI/rapsinews.com) on Thursday.
The Baltiisky Zavod shipyard builds diesel and nuclear icebreakers, large cargo vessels, naval ships and manufactures power and other engineering hardware.
The concern is challenging the St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region Commercial Court's decision of October 2011. The court dismissed Rosenergoatom's lawsuit against Baltiysky Zavod to recognize its ownership rights to a power-generating unit of the world's first floating nuclear heat and power plant, since the contract on building the unit stipulates the assignation of the ownership right to the customer after the acceptance certificate has been signed.
Therefore, the court dismissed the concern's appeal.