Property watchdog sues Russian theater for $4.5 million
MOSCOW, December 9 (RAPSI) – The Moscow Directorate of the Federal Property Management Agency (Rosimushchestvo) has filed a lawsuit with the Moscow Commercial Court seeking to collect about 287 million rubles ($4 million) from Satyricon theater, according to court records.
The hearing date has not been scheduled yet.
Moreover, two other claims against the theater are pending in the court. The Moscow United Energy Company seeks to recover about 11 million rubles of debt and forfeit, and over 5 million rubles of debt on a heat supply system access contract.
The Leningrad Variety and Revue theater was founded in 1939. In 1982, it moved to Moscow, and in 1987 it was renamed as Satyricon.