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The Tagansky court of Moscow postponed to May 30 the trial on the action of ice hockey player Pavel Bure on protection of his honour and dignity
The hearing was adjourned in connection with the fact that this civil case is now in the Moscow city court, lawyer Dmitry Ragulin representing the hockey player's interests explained. "Today the cassation board of the Moscow city court called back the decision of the Tagansky court which refused to arrest the defendant's real estate, and sent it for a new hearing," he said. At the same time the Moscow city court confirmed the legitimacy of the Tagansky court's refusal to arrest the defendant's money according to the action, the lawyer added. The publication by the Arbat Prestige - Teleguide of December 27, 2004 gave cause for Pavel Bure's action. "The plaintiff disputes the following quotation from the article,'Bure constantly boasts of his feats as a man. For instance, a few years ago he said as 'an open secret' that he had deflowered Anna Kournikova," the court's representative said. It is noted in the athlete's suit that this information is false and also adversely affects his honour, dignity and business reputation, the court officials said. In this connection Mr. Bure asks the court to make it binding on the magazine to publish a refutation of the false information, and also to pay 300 million roubles (more than $10 million) to him as moral compensation
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