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Tuesday, March 28, 2023

In Kovrov, fraudsters appropriated and sold unfinished

According to the regional prosecutor’s office, in Kovrov, cunning scammers were able to falsify documents for an unfinished building and earn 12 “lemons” on its sale.

It is noteworthy that from the very beginning the arbitration court did not allow the Kovrov Development Fund to obtain ownership of the unfinished building on Stroiteley Street. And the construction itself continued incomprehensibly, because there was neither the building permit itself, nor the allocated land.

As a result, Rosreestr registered the building as ownerless property. Later, about 12 months later, the local mayor’s office wanted to take the object into city ownership, but couldn’t. An interesting fact has surfaced, it turns out that the building has already been privatized. And this was done by the same “Kovrov City Development Fund”.

The monitoring agency discovered that the criminals submitted on behalf of the Fund to Rosreestr the left copy of the written consent of the property and land relations department of the mayor’s office. This allowed them to take over the unfinished building. Well, after the crooks quickly sold it for 12 million to a private trader.

At this time, a criminal case has been opened for forgery.

A resident of Kovrov makes realistic wooden trucks

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