And other real estate. The fact is that on March 1, 2023, a law came into force, according to which Art. 91 of the Housing Code of the Russian Federation introduced two additional grounds for depriving owners of rights to real estate, namely:
– the use of the property for other purposes, if this leads to a systematic violation of the rights and interests of neighbors;
– ownerless maintenance of the property, which leads to its destruction.
This is reported by the official website of the NAO capital authorities with reference to the prosecutor’s office of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug. The purpose of the new law is to solve a problem that has existed for a long time, because many people use their real estate for other purposes, do not monitor its condition, transform apartments into different types of premises (offices, hotels, hostels , etc.) . The innovations strengthen the established judicial practice, however, the right to deprive the right of ownership of property was granted by the legislator for the first time.
Thus, the owner of a dwelling can receive a warning about the need to eliminate violations, and if they lead to the destruction of the premises, then a deadline will be set for its repair. If the owner, after warning, continues to violate the rights and interests of neighbors or to use the premises for other purposes or without valid reason does not carry out repairs, the court, at the request of the authorized body, may decide to sell these premises at a public auction with payment to the owner of the proceeds of the sale, less the costs of executing a judgment.
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