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"Not subject to any appeal". Supreme Court declares deprivation of pensions to IDPs on the basis of SBU lists illegal 09/05/2018 14:45:10. Total views 428. Views today — 1.

The Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court has upheld the decision of the Supreme Court on illegal suspension of the pension to a displaced person. This was reported to OstroV by lawyer of The Right to Protection charitable fund Oleh Tarasenko.

"In this case, the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court reconsidered the decision of the Supreme Court of May 3, 2018 on the appeal of the Pension Fund, and the Grand Chamber refused to satisfy this complaint, what means that our claim in the interests of the displaced pensioner who was stopped paying a pension on the basis of "the SBU lists" was recognized as lawful, and the court ordered the Pension Fund to restore the pension", - he reported.

"Legal conclusions in this case are mandatory for use by the rest of the courts when considering similar (typical) cases", - the lawyer noted.

Oleh Tarasenko also noted that this decision was final and did not subject to any appeal.

Earlier, the Pension Fund of Ukraine appealed against the decision of the Supreme Court of May 3, 2018 in the exemplary case of The Right to Protection charitable fund on the illegal suspension of pension to an internally displaced person. At that time, the Supreme Court satisfied the claim in full and ordered to restore the pension payment to the pensioner from April 2017.