Regional Development Ministry officials evicted from apartments after ministry dissolution
Once the Ministry of Regional Development was dissolved, 7 families of the ministry officials lost the apartments granted by State.
7 families of officials lost the apartments granted by State after the Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation was dissolved.
According to The Insider, the officials’ families had previously received housing as civil servants on the affordable housing waiting list under the contract of privatization with the right to register with the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography (Rosreestr).
After all the legal procedures were met, the Ministry of Regional Development was dissolved, and the Federal Property Management Agency (Rosimushchestvo) decided to bring back the housing facilities given to employees, pointing to an error during the granting of apartments.
Despite the fact that the families of former officials were in possession of all the documents on legal privatization, including the decision of the ICR, Rosreestr, and the Prosecutor General’s Office, and the fact that many tenants of the apartments had already redecorated them, the court still sided with Rosimushchestvo.
To recall, the ministry established in 2004 under the decree of President Vladimir Putin was dissolved in 2014.
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