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Dates of certificates for floaters extended in the Irkutsk region

Dates of certificates for floaters extended in the Irkutsk region

In the Irkutsk Region, the deadlines for filing applications for payments for the purchase of housing and the validity of certificates for the purchase of housing for flood victims have been extended. They will act in the 2020 year.

Now many cannot use the certificates or payments, because they have not yet decided on their purchase, courts are also going to establish property rights, which is why certificates are not issued. According to the press service of the regional government, flood victims submitted 6 658 with applications for social benefits for the purchase or construction of housing. 6 290 certificates were issued to citizens for 18,6 billion rubles, 349 people refused certificates because they want to increase the area of ​​the lost premises through the court.

Despite the extension of the deadlines for the certificates and the deadlines for submitting applications, the completion date for the restoration of the damaged housing will remain the same - all issues should be resolved by October 2020. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko.

Recently, ONF announced failure to fulfill an order President of Russia, concerning the liquidation of the consequences of the flood in the Irkutsk region. According to public figures, 90% of affected residents reported problems receiving the required compensation, and more than half of the flooded people disagree with the decisions of the house inspection commissions. Mutko said earlier about breaking deadlines restoration of 20 from 45 facilities, work on which were to be completed under the program for the restoration of the Irkutsk region after floods.

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