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Khabarovsk public sector debt owed more than two billion rubles
In Khabarovsk, according to the results of 2018, non-payments of citizens for public utilities exceeded 2,3 billion rubles. According to statistics, every fourth resident of the city owes housing organizations.
According to the press service of the Khabarovsk administration, about one thousand people have debts in excess of 250 thousand rubles and more to management companies and HOAs. In order to reduce the amount of debt, commissions work in each district of the regional capital, where debtors are provided with installments, conclude agreements with them on debt restructuring.
According to the head of the housing and utilities management department of the Khabarovsk administration, Elena Polezhaeva, if this work does not bring results, housing organizations submit debtors to court. Last year, 4 800 lawsuits were filed with the court for a total amount over 500 million rubles. We managed to recover more than 300 million rubles.