In Russia, there are two new reasons for the eviction of the owner of the apartment. It has become easier to deprive those who use it for other purposes and destroy the premises, reports URA.RU with reference to lawyer Andrey Novikov.
– The first reason is the use of living space for other purposes, when this leads to a systematic violation of the rights and interests of neighbors, – said the expert.
As examples, he cited cases of openings in the homes of pet shops. These outlets often became the cause of an unpleasant odor. This category also includes the launch of public catering establishments and hostels in residential buildings, where there is often a violation of sanitary standards and constant noise from visitors.
Previously, neighbors abusing their apartments had to file complaints with various authorities. Since March 1, the procedure has been greatly simplified. The authorized body which has found the infringement will send a warning to the owner and will announce the deadline for eliminating the defects. If nothing changes, the authority can, through the court, launch the auction of the apartment.
The second reason for depriving the owner of real estate is the maintenance of living space, which leads to destruction.
– For example, a resident on the upper floor had a broken water main, he does not apply to the Criminal Code and does not do the repairs himself. The inhabitants of the lower floors are flooded, the floors are worn out, which can lead to a collapse, explained Andrey Novikov.
Now in the legislation there is a council for such tenants of apartment buildings.
By the way, the real estate of citizens can be seized by the court without compensation in a number of cases: in the presence of debts on loans, illegal redevelopment, prolonged non-payment of utility bills, taxation additional penalties for criminal offenses by the court.
Previously, the “Regional Principal” listed the dangerous disadvantages of apartments and studios.
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