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Tatiana Akhmedova was awarded a 41.5 percent share of ex-husband Farkhad Akhmedov’s £1 billion-plus fortune by Mr Justice Haddon-Cave in late 2016 – but he did not pay. Tatiana launched legal action in Britain and abroad in a bid to trace and seize his assets.

The mum-of-two argued her ex-husband hid assets and also accused their 27-year-old son, Temur Akhmedov, of acting as his dad’s “lieutenant” in the legal scrap.

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Akhmedova received a 41.5 percent stake

A spokesman for Tatiana, who is Russian but lives in London, said she has employed an asset recovery team – which includes former members of the Royal Navy’s Special Boat Service. Today, he said millions of pounds worth of assets, including a helicopter and speedboat, had now been recovered.

The spokesman said Tatiana also thought she was in a position to lay claim to a superyacht – the Luna – which is worth more than £200 million and moored in Dubai. He said a court ruling in the Marshall Islands, where the yacht is registered, had paved the way for the ownership to be transferred.

But a spokesman for Farkhad disagreed and he said a court ruling in Dubai prevented Tatiana from seizing the yacht. Farkhad said that, because he and his ex-wife are not British and were not married in Britain, a British judge should not have made a decision about money.

The disputed yacht, which her lawyers estimate to be worth £225 million, is docked in Dubai, where local court orders have repeatedly frustrated Akhmedova’s attempts to take possession of it. She has accused her former husband, an oil and gas tycoon, of continually dodging her efforts to enforce a £450 million divorce award, which was handed down by the High Court in London five years.

It marks the latest stage in Britain’s most expensive divorce case ever – which began five years ago. Earlier this year, another London High Court judge concluded Tatiana had been a victim of a “series of schemes” designed to put “every penny” beyond her reach. Mrs. Justice Gwynneth Knowles concluded that her ex-husband and eldest son, Temur, had worked against her together. During the marriage, they enjoyed a lavish lifestyle – splitting time between a £39 million mansion in Surrey and a £27.8 million holiday home.

Tatiana had already successfully sued her son to get a £5million property in Moscow as the family broke apart. The judge said very large sums had been transferred to Temur and ruled he must pay his mother around £75 million. A spokesman for the couple’s son said he only got involved to stop the “war between his parents”, adding: “Like millions of young people, Temur has been caught up in the break-up of his parent’s marriage.”

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