A nearly five-year lawsuit over an alleged $30 million art fraud was dismissed by a Manhattan Commercial Division judge Wednesday on statute of frauds grounds.

Justice Shirley Werner Kornreich granted summary judgment to the defendants in Komolov v. Segal, 651626/2011, finding art and antiques dealer Alexander Komolov “lacks any proof of ownership or right of possession superior to defendants” for the art works.

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