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Wildenstein Request Extra Delay to Art Inheritance Tax Trial

  • Guy Wildenstein’s lawyer asks for indefinite suspension
  • Lawyer says French tax authorities’ case should finish first
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Members of the wealthy Wildenstein art-dealing family will get a decision Monday on their request for a second delay to the start of a trial into allegations of fiscal fraud to allow French tax authorities to finish a parallel case first.

The trial involving Guy Wildenstein and his nephew, Alec Junior Wildenstein, should be suspended indefinitely until the tax case is complete, according to one of Guy’s lawyers, Herve Temime.