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The court upheld the claim against Santa Claus


S.-PETERSBURG, 30 Dec. The court left the claim of St. Petersburg lawyer Igor Mirzoev against Ded Moroz JSC without progress until a receipt for payment of the state duty is provided, the joint press service of the courts of the Vologda region reported. to JSC “Ded Moroz” on the obligation to give gifts, fulfill dreams and recover compensation for moral damage, “the press service of the courts in the region said. In addition, Mirzoyev did not attach documents to the claim confirming the sending of copies of the claim and attachments to it to other participants in the process. “In such circumstances, the court suggested Mirzoev to correct the deficiencies in the statement of claim until January 17, 2022,” the press service added. Putin spoke about his relationship with Santa Claus. “Santa Claus”, in which a lawyer from St. Petersburg asks to give him gifts for 23 years and fulfill his dreams, but the documents did not contain a list of gifts and cherished desires. November 1998 does not fulfill publicly assumed obligations, does not give gifts to Mirzoyev and does not fulfill his cherished dreams. Mirzoyev asks the court to oblige the defendant to give him 23 gifts, fulfill his most cherished dreams and compensate him for moral damage in the amount of 10 million rubles. At the final press conference of Russian President Vladimir Putin, a journalist from the Vologda region told the head of state about Mirzoev's lawsuit against Santa Claus. The President replied that he is also a lawyer from St. Petersburg and can act as a lawyer for Santa Claus and “remind the plaintiff that Santa Claus fulfills wishes and gives gifts only to good girls and boys.” The Governor of the Vologda Region, Oleg Kuvshinnikov, said that the authorities would not give offense to the main wizard from Veliky Ustyug. And a lawyer from St. Petersburg Elvira Troitskaya filed a complaint against Mirzoyev, where she asks to bring him to justice for disseminating “fake information.”

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