Supreme Court refuses to review court decisions on Heavenly Hundred Square in Kyiv
The Supreme Court has refused to open the proceedings on the request of the business structure regarding the review of court decisions on the return to the state ownership of land plots on Mykhailivska Street and Mykhailivska Square in Kyiv, where a park of Heavenly Hundred is planned to be created.
"Having checked the applicant's arguments and examined the materials attached to the motion regarding the incorrect application of the same substantive law by the court of cassation, the panel of judges of the Supreme Court concluded that these arguments are unfounded and refused to open proceedings on this case," the prosecutor's office of Kyiv said on Tuesday.
The decision is final, comes into force from the moment it is signed by the judges and is not subject to an appeal.
As reported, on December 1, 2016, the Economic Court of Kyiv, in the suit of the capital's prosecutor's office, returned to the state ownership these land plots with a total area of 0.55 hectares and a value of UAH 30 million.
The Kyiv Economic Court of Appeal, by a resolution dated May 23, 2017 and the Supreme Economic Court of Ukraine, by a decision dated August 2, 2017, left the judgment of the first instance unchanged.