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The court forced the authorities of the village in Buryatia to provide a resident with an apartment

The court forced the authorities of the village in Buryatia to provide a resident with an apartment
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A court in Buryatia forced the municipal authorities of Taksimo village to provide a resident and members of her family with a comfortable apartment under a social tenancy agreement. The court made such a decision, as it turned out that the housing allocated to her earlier belonged to another person.

The woman found out that the apartment in which she has been living since 2002 of the year belongs to another person by right of ownership. This turned out when she turned to the inventory bureau for a technical passport for the privatization of housing. It was necessary to recognize the apartment as an escheat and to issue it into municipal property, however, the woman did not want to wait for a decision on the disputed housing issue and went to court to get another apartment from the municipality.

According to the UFSSP in Buryatia, the court sided with the woman. After repeated demands by the bailiff and a warning of criminal liability, the municipality provided her with another apartment.

As 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 explains, if the housing actually belongs, but did not belong to another person, then the municipality is not entitled to provide such housing.

“In the commented case, the owner died, and the municipality must, through a certain procedure in the absence of heirs, become the owner through the court. Since it takes at least a year, on the part of the municipality, the provision of socially rented housing is not such a flaw, because a resident of Buryatia could continue to live there while the procedure is underway. Therefore, it’s the person’s choice - to claim something else or to wait for the implementation of all the formalities when transferring housing into the ownership of the municipality, ”Lolla Kirillova explained.

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