Putin ordered Prosecutor General’s Office to check compliance with overhaul program
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the Prosecutor General's Office to inspect and find out whether the formation of overhaul programs in subjects of the Russian Federation complies with applicable legislation.
The Prosecutor General's Office is to complete the required security checks by October 1, 2017.
Inspection objectives, as outlined in the document establishing the timing of President’s orders, are as follows: compliance verification of housing legislation standards in the formation of regional programs of the common property overhaul in apartment buildings.
This also applies to multi-unit apartment buildings with a high degree of physical wear and tear, as well as to the buildings, which are the objects of cultural heritage.
Head of the Russian Federation also expressed his demand regarding the need to improve the legal regulation of these programs. According to Vladimir Putin, the country needs to establish a methodology for calculating the cost of major repairs and financial evaluation of regional systems.
President of Russia suggested that the Russian government empowered one of the ministries with relevant authority. Governors received similar orders related to the verification and calculation.
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