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The son of an oligarch caught up in the world’s largest divorce case has been told to pay £75m to his mother after a high court judge found he was “a dishonest individual who will do anything to assist his father”.

Temur Akhmedov was found to have conspired with his father, the billionaire Farkhad Akhmedov, to hide hundreds of millions of pounds of assets - including several mansions, a superyacht, a helicopter and an extensive art collection - in order to avoid paying a £453m divorce settlement.

Read the full article here:The Guardian

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