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The prosecutor's office will check the homes for orphans in Primorye

The prosecutor's office will check the homes for orphans in Primorye
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Activists of the regional headquarters of the All-Russian Popular Front in the Primorsky Territory sent several complaints from orphans who received apartments under the regional program, but cannot live in them because of imperfections and defects. Social activists asked the regional prosecutor's office to conduct a comprehensive audit.

According to Tatyana Lartseva, member of the ONF regional headquarters, due to the fact that the houses were built on a swampy area, there is constant water in the basements, the dampness of the house’s structures is affected by fungus, and the rooms are damp, unpleasant, and mosquitoes. Orphans also complain that sewer pipes have already rotted in the basement, which is why utility accidents periodically occur.

According to the press service of the regional headquarters of the ONF, the numerous appeals of residents to various authorities to a systematic solution to the problems did not lead. The commission of the regional directorate responsible for the construction of budget facilities recorded violations and suggested pumping water from the basement of the house for two weeks until the odor was eliminated.

The expert of the information portal Zhilfin.rf (within the framework of the project of the Ministry of Finance of Russia on financial literacy) Lolla Kirillova notes that, according to the law, the customer has the right to submit requirements related to the inadequate quality of the result of the work, provided that it is identified within two years from the date of delivery of the object, unless otherwise specified by law, contract. At the same time, the deadline for detecting defects is five years.

“That is, the owner of the premises - the municipality in this case - must force the contractor to eliminate construction defects. Also in force is the decree of the government of the Russian Federation of January 28.01.2006, 47 N XNUMX, which establishes a procedure for declaring residential premises unsuitable for living. If the certificates of inspection of houses establish their unsuitability for living, then the orphans must be provided with other premises that meet the requirements of sanitary and epidemiological safety and building standards. This is done at the expense of the municipality, ”explained Lolla Kirillova.

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