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Relatives of hazardous housing owners may be eligible for relocation

Relatives of hazardous housing owners may be eligible for relocation
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The State Duma will consider the proposal of the Vologda Legislative Assembly to include in the resettlement program and emergency housing close relatives of the owners of dilapidated apartments. According to the initiators of the project, the owners of such housing do not always manage to get a new one.

According to Izvestia, the State Duma's specialized committee on housing and communal services is ready to support the bill. The procedure for recognizing houses as hazardous is quite lengthy, and often grandparents do not live to receive new housing, and relatives living in an apartment do not have enough rights.

Now relatives can expect to receive new apartments instead of emergency ones only in case of inheritance. If the transaction was formalized as a gift, then they do not receive such a right: instead of new housing, they can only count on monetary compensation. In this regard, it is proposed to include in the list of recipients of new apartments close relatives in the direct ascending and descending line, having a common father or mother of brothers and sisters, as well as adoptive parents and adopted children.

 

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