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Criteria for the use of DV-hectare approved by the government
The Russian government has approved four criteria for using a Far Eastern hectare for ownership or lease. You can choose any of them.
Decree signed by the head of government Mikhail Mishustin. Within the framework of the Far Eastern Hectare program, any citizen of the country can receive up to one hectare of land in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District for free. On the site you can build a house, engage in agriculture and business (craft activities, production of food and non-food products, provision of social services, opening of a tourist facility).
The land can be used for five years, then it must be registered in ownership or lease. This will require proving that the land is being used in accordance with certain criteria. Previously, they were not spelled out in the legislation.
The decree specifies that a house must be located on a DV-hectare (ready or under construction), and the owner can also prove his right to use the site by investing at least 30 thousand rubles in this land, or submit reports on income received from its use - not less than 30 thousand rubles. income from this activity at the time of filing an application must be at least 30 thousand rubles. The fourth criterion is the availability of the results of activities in the chosen area of development of the site.
The Far Eastern Hectare program has existed since 2016. In April пalmost 2,5 thousand declarations submitted by recipients of "Far Eastern hectares". This means that these future land owners are actually doing work there that is appropriate for the chosen use of the plots. The largest number of declarations were submitted by residents of the Khabarovsk Territory, followed by the Primorsky Territory, in third place is the Sakhalin Region.