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Homes for interest holders can be completed at the federal expense in Primorye

Homes for interest holders can be completed at the federal expense in Primorye

The fund for the protection of the rights of interest holders initiated the bankruptcy of developers of six houses in Primorye. This will complete the construction of problematic facilities. Financing for work can allocate DOM.RF.

According to this scheme, a house can be completed on Krestyanskaya Street, 94 in Ussuriysk, on Kuybyshev-Gorky and Khasanskaya in Artem, as well as on Pikhtovaya, 35, Slavyanskaya, 17 and Irtyshskaya, 24 in Vladivostok. According to the press service of the regional government, the basis for the allocation of funding for the completion of the construction is considered to be a bankrupt company. After completion of the procedure, the rights and obligations of the developer will be transferred to the Fund for the Protection of the Rights of Interest holders of the Primorsky Territory. He will already finish building objects.

88% of the amount necessary for completion is allocated from the federal budget, another 12% will be allocated from the regional treasury. Bankruptcy petition has already been filed with the court, it will take about four months to consider them, so the first results in the Fund for the protection of interest holders are expected this spring.

If it is decided that it is not practical to complete the house, the interest holders will be paid compensation in the amount of the market value of sq. meters of unreceived housing. At the same time, equity holders are advised not to terminate the contracts with the developer during the bankruptcy procedure, otherwise they will not be able to receive compensation or housing.

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