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The court forced a resident of Buryatia to make children the owners of the house

The court forced a resident of Buryatia to make children the owners of the house
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Special project Financial literacy

The court forced a resident of the village of Kharbyaty in Buryatia to register ownership of a dwelling for her minor children and include them in the number of owners. A woman must execute a court decision within a month.

According to the press service of the republican prosecutor’s office, a woman with two minor children, with the help of the capital, acquired a house and a plot of land. However, contrary to the law, for six months she did not formalize the dwelling and the land into common shared property with the children. The prosecutor’s office appealed to the court, which forced the mother to register the ownership of the children.

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, the law obliges the parent to allocate a share for the child when purchasing housing, but there is no administrative or criminal liability for violation of the requirement.

“Often parents allocated such a share purely nominally. For example, 1/45, which, obviously, is negligible. Such transactions can be challenged in court by the guardianship authority or the prosecutor’s office, although, as a rule, the Rosreestr itself does not let them through, ”the expert said.