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In the Amur region will increase control over the use of agricultural land

The head of the Amur region, Oleg Kozhemyako, ordered to increase control over the use of agricultural land, the press service of the regional administration said.

According to the instructions of the governor in the region, a commission has been set up to monitor the efficiency of the use of agricultural land in state, municipal, private ownership, and land, the state ownership of which is not delimited, and to provide practical assistance to the territories for the effective use of such lands.

Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Bakumenko reported: "Certain work in this direction has been intensified." Local self-government bodies of settlements in court recognized the right of municipal ownership of unclaimed land shares with a total area of ​​188 thousand hectares. With regard to land shares with an area of ​​56,5 thousand hectares, statements of claim are already in court proceedings, with respect to 77,7 thousand hectares, they are being prepared for going to court.

Vladislav Bakumenko said that as a result of complex work only on the lands owned by the region, the lease agreements for the unused 122 land plots with the area of ​​35,5 thousand hectares were prematurely terminated. At 33,2 thousand hectares of contracts were terminated by the results of extrajudicial work with tenants.

In turn, Minister of Property Relations Olga Narygina added that, as a whole, in the region as of 15 in August local authorities carried out control measures for agricultural lands with a total area of ​​236,1 thousand hectares of 319,7 thousand hectares planned for 2014 year. Revealed violations of land legislation in relation to the owners 76,6 thousand hectares. Most of the violations associated with the partial use of land, as part of the land is not used for agricultural production or is used for purposes other than intended. In relation to the owners of 10 thousand hectares of land, administrative proceedings have been initiated.

A significant part of the unused arable land falls on land that is privately owned. As of 1 August, the local self-government bodies of settlements in the courts have recognized the right of municipal property to unclaimed land shares with a total area of ​​191,3 thousand hectares, which is 20% of all lands transferred to citizens' property.

The Ministry of Property, as a result of control measures in respect of land plots owned by the region, revealed violations on 80,6 thousand hectares, mainly non-use. The materials of inspections against the owners of 42 land plots were sent to the prosecution authorities to bring them to administrative responsibility. Lease agreements have been terminated for 25 unused land plots.

The Office of the Rosreestr in the Amur Region is also in violation of the land legislation. "The Rosreestr received materials for a tenant - a legal entity for not using agricultural land for its intended purpose. Now they are under consideration. Tenant faces a fine from 2 to 10% of the cadastral value of the land. The area of ​​the land is about 1,5 thousand hectares, its cadastral value is 31 million rubles, "Yury Popov, deputy head of Rosreestr's department for the Amur region, gave an example.

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