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Yuri Trutnev stood up for the Sakhalin hectares, who are threatened to pick up the plots
Vice Prime Minister - Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of Russia in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev instructed the staff of the plenipotentiary representative, the administration of the Sakhalin Oblast and the Ministry of Natural Resources to investigate as soon as possible the attempt to seize "Far Eastern hectares" from the recipients of land in the Korsakovsky district of Sakhalin. People are taken away the land due to the fact that officials did not take into account the occurrence of deposits of sea sands on the given out plots.
The disputed "Far Eastern hectares" are located on the territory of the "Orliny" site of the Okhotsk sea sand deposit. The prosecutor's office demanded to remove the plots, as under the law such lands can not be transferred to gratuitous use. According to the press service of the Ministry of Nature Protection, the Ministry of Natural Resources must report on the reasons why citizens were not informed that they are located within the boundaries of the sea sand areas when registering land plots.
Yuri Trutnev said that in all cases when a positive decision was made to allocate a plot, this decision is not subject to revision. The plenipotentiary also noted that legal problems should not be shifted to the shoulders of citizens and be resolved at their expense.
The situation concerns dozens of people, some of whom have already started implementing projects on issued hectares. So, the Reznikovs' spouses invested all their money in building a base for family recreation and sports. There is already at 30% ready hotel, almost half - a cafe. Termination of contracts of gratuitous use of "Far Eastern hectares" will lead to a complete halt in construction.