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The court forced to allocate an apartment to the family of a disabled child in Transbaikalia

The court forced to allocate an apartment to the family of a disabled child in Transbaikalia
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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, the court ordered the administration of the city of Krasnokamensk to take into account the rights to additional living space for the mother of a disabled child and provide them with a new apartment. Only after that, the officials allocated the family a two-room apartment of 45 square meters. meters.

First, the court ordered the administration to provide a disabled child with the right to additional living space with a social loan agreement. According to the press service of the regional prosecutor’s office, executing this decision, officials did not take into account the right to additional living space for the mother of the child, and gave the family an apartment with a total area of ​​31,7 square meters. meter.

The prosecutor's office again appealed to the court and secured the provision of housing, sufficient space. 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, not all people with disabilities have the right to receive additional living space, but only mentioned in the order of the Ministry of Health of Russia dated November 30.11.2012, 991 N 05.09.2019н (as amended on XNUMX .XNUMX) “On the approval of the list of diseases giving people with disabilities suffering from them the right to additional living space.”

Basically, it includes chronic and protracted mental disorders with severe persistent or often exacerbating painful manifestations, as well as organic diseases of the central nervous system with persistent dysfunction of the lower extremities, requiring the use of wheelchairs, or with dysfunction of the pelvic organs.

“According to Article 5 of the Housing Code of the Russian Federation, a dwelling under a social contract of employment may be provided with a total area exceeding the provision rate per person, but not more than twice if such dwelling is one room or one-room apartment, or is intended for introduction of a citizen suffering from one of the severe forms of the aforementioned chronic diseases, ”said Lolla Kirillova.

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