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In order not to receive a fine, you need to know exactly what threatens you for violating certain laws on private property, reports

garbage burning

According to the legislation in force, it is possible to make a fire only in containers made of incombustible material in specially equipped places. This issue is governed by the Regulation of October 24, 2022 No. 1885. It contains a ban on burning garbage and making open fires in places that are not equipped for these purposes.

The place to make a fire should not be less than 15 m from buildings.

Bury waste

Slowly decomposing waste should not be buried in the summer cottage. The ban affected thermometers, tires, batteries and certain types of manure.

On the territory of private property, you can get rid of wood, paper, food waste. Violation of this rule is punishable by an administrative fine of up to 7,000 rubles.

felling of trees

Summer residents have the right to cut down old fruit trees planted with their own hands. This is quite another thing – “alien” trees. The site owner cannot cut the neighbour’s plum or pear tree whose branches hang over the fence.

Trees that grow in a summer cottage and do not belong to fruit trees can be cut down only after obtaining permission from the administration and providing the necessary documents.

If the tree belongs to valuable species, the authorities are not allowed to issue a permit to fell it.

Self-acquisition of land

Summer residents do not have the right to use land that is located outside the territory of the site that belongs to him on the right of ownership. This also applies to fertile fields. For unauthorized cultivation of flower beds on these lands, you will have to pay a fine, the amount of which depends on the cadastral value of the site, but cannot be less than 5,000 rubles.

Water overflow

The law allows summer residents to pump up to 100 cubic meters of water per day from their own well or from a small diameter well for their personal needs. All water resources received beyond the established limit must be authorized. However, not a single household pump is capable of pumping more than 100 cubic meters of water from the intestines.

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