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Ex-Minister of Property Relations of the Khabarovsk Territory will stand trial
In Khabarovsk, the former minister of property relations of the Khabarovsk Territory and the chairman of the regional property fund will appear before the court. They are charged with committing 30 episodes of embezzlement of land.
According to the TFR, one of the businessmen in 2012 decided to purchase land in the city of Khabarovsk for the subsequent construction of cottages. He appealed to the state bodies, where he received an answer that there were no vacant lots. Then he addressed personally to the Minister of Property Relations of Khabarovsk Krai and complained about difficulties with acquiring land. He told him that in the province there is a program for large families free allocation of land in the property. Kommersant in the program could not participate officially, but they came up with a plan for an entrepreneur to get treasured lots for a pittance.
The entrepreneur asked a friend realtor to help him. Real estate specialist agreed. As a result, the realtor found large families living in the Khabarovsk Territory. She told people that they had the right to receive land free of charge, but she immediately clarified that this required issuing a lot of papers, spending time, money and having connections with state bodies. She made offers that families with many children willingly agreed to. People wrote out a notarized power of attorney for land transactions in the name of a realtor, in return received from 5 to 30 thousand rubles.
From April to September 2012, a package of documents on 30 land plots, which was ostensibly drawn up on behalf of large families, was collected by the merchant. According to the previously reached agreement with the accused, the entrepreneur handed over documents to the Ministry of Property Relations for the allocation of land to large families. The Minister signed orders, according to which large families, according to the documents, became owners of the land. In fact, all the signed papers were received by the merchant and, having powers of attorney from large families, issued the land to himself and his relative. Thus, the entrepreneur took possession of almost 3 hectares of land located within the city limits, the cost of which is over 40 million rubles.
In April 2014, the criminal case against the businessman had already been considered by the Central District Court of Khabarovsk and he was sentenced to 2 years' suspended imprisonment, as well as a fine of 500 thousand rubles. In addition, criminal cases are currently pending in court against two more accomplices - a realtor and one of the heads of a department of the Ministry of Property Relations, who are accused of complicity in embezzlement. At the request of the investigation, the land plots were seized.