The head of the organization turned to the law firm Rezolut, which lost its production warehouse as a result of the criminal actions of the former head.
So, exercising the powers of the sole executive body, the director of the organization entered into an agreement with the firm under his control, called the lease agreement. According to this agreement, all the rights and obligations of the tenant of the land plot, as well as the production warehouse located on it, were transferred from the client Rezolut to another organization. All this was done without the consent of the founders, which, taking into account the interests of the director, was illegal, since the director did not have such powers under the law and the charter of the company. Precisely because the director did not have such powers, the client of Rezolut had previously been denied several times to initiate a criminal case on the grounds of a crime under Art. 201 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (abuse of power), since allegedly “since there were no powers, then there was nothing to abuse.”
It should be noted that the negligent director in the LLC under his control was not formally a founder, did not hold any positions. However, Vasily Dryge, as part of his support for the pre-investigation check, managed to establish the control of this LLC to the unscrupulous manager.
As a result of these actions, at the end of the pre-investigation check, initiated and accompanied by the manager of Rezolut Vasily Dryga, law enforcement agencies initiated a criminal case under Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, i.e. fraud (in the form of acquiring the right to someone else’s property).
At the moment, the team carries out a comprehensive representation of the interests of the injured party in the framework of the specified criminal case.