The Russian division of Google will appeal against the arrest of its property in court

LLC “Google”, the Russian division of the American company Google, submitted a lawsuit in the Moscow Arbitration Court against the Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP) of Russia to challenge the arrest of his property.

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According to the information posted on the website of the Arbitration Court, the lawsuit was filed on May 17. It disputes the actions of the bailiff-executor to arrest the property of Google LLC in connection with the decision of the Russian court. The Russian “daughter” of Google did not comply with the court decision on the payment of fines for violation of the law, the total amount of which amounted to about 30 billion rubles.

Earlier, the director of the FSSP, Dmitry Aristov, said that Google became the largest debtor in RuNet among Internet resources fined by the courts in the country for violating the law. At the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum, he said that most of the funds had already been recovered: “Google is the biggest debtor, which owes about 30 billion rubles, but we recovered a significant part of these funds“. According to him, the impact of bailiffs on the company is currently limited, since Google LLC is in the process of bankruptcy. “But they did not remain without an answer, and everything that they had in the Russian Federation, but there was a lot, we took everything and gave it to the state“, – said Aristov.

Since the beginning of 2021, the largest Internet services — Google, TikTok and others — have been fined for refusing to remove content prohibited in Russia. The amount of fines imposed by courts on these foreign companies exceeds 200 million rubles. Telegram and Facebook* already paid their fines.

* It is included in the list of public associations and religious organizations in respect of which the court has made a decision that has entered into legal force to liquidate or ban activities on the grounds provided for by Federal Law No. 114-FZ of July 25, 2002 “On countering extremist activity”.

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