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In Primorye, there is one TOR less

The Far East Development Corporation has terminated an agreement on investment activity with LedStroy LLC in court. The company is no longer a resident of TOR "Nadezhdinskaya" in Primorye due to the fact that it violated the terms of the agreement - did not provide the necessary documents or did it out of time.

The ex-resident got off with a little blood: according to a court decision published on the website of the Arbitration Court of Primorsky Krai, with LedStroy, only the expenses for the state duty - 6,000 rubles will be charged in favor of the Corporation, as was the case with other residents.

The court decision has not yet entered into force, the company may appeal against it. At the same time, the deprivation of resident status does not interfere with the implementation of the project to create a production and logistics complex for the production of lighting engineering further.

Как already reported EastRussia, the Corporation filed the first lawsuit against the resident of Epsilon-2 LLC, which was indebted for the lease of land in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Then the authorities started talking about the need to initiate early termination agreements with residents of TOR, not fulfilling their obligations. The first resident with whom the agreement was terminated was the Far Eastern Agricultural Company, one of the initiators of the construction of milk and pork production facilities in the Mikhailovsky TOR in Primorye.

The next in line was Samarga-Holding LLC. Arbitration Court of Primorsky Krai decided to terminate the agreement. Also CRDV won the trial against Torex from the Khabarovsk Territory. Now, the former resident of TOR must pay almost 24,5 million rubles. Proceedings against other residents continue and concern companies Ariel, Russian Water, Laorus Product and several others.