Alžběta Pezoldová, heiress of the Schwarzenberg aristocratic family, has won a court battle over a family crypt after a court in Jindřichův Hradec, southern Bohemia, confirmed her claim on Tuesday. She lost several court cases in a protracted battle for the property but in January of this year the Czech Constitutional Court cancelled all previous verdicts in the case, making way for today’s ruling. Ms Pezoldová has filed lawsuits for the return of billion of crowns’ worth of former family property around the country.
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