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Residents of an emergency house in Khabarovsk refuse to move
Several residents of the emergency house on Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya Street in Khabarovsk refuse to move to a maneuvering fund. People are afraid of drug addicts neighbors and noisy companies, and also can’t leave pets that cannot be settled in the hostel that the city hall offers them.
Six years ago, the roof of the house partially collapsed, and since last year there has been no heating in it - the pipes have frozen and burst. The City Inspectorate ordered the city administration to relocate people. Officials included the house in the program of relocation from emergency housing for the 2025 year, and its residents were offered to temporarily move to a hostel. However, people are ready to freeze - the option proposed by the city hall does not suit them.
As explained by the expert of the information portal Zhilfin.rf (within the framework of the project of the Ministry of Finance of Russia on financial literacy) Lolla Kirillova, officials act legally. The housing of a maneuvering fund is a specialized housing fund, it is impossible by law to allocate apartments from another category.
“The municipality is obliged to relocate citizens to a maneuvering fund, which is available. If the owner refuses to move, he can be forcibly evicted on the basis of a court decision. However, it is not so much the fact of relocation to the maneuvering fund that matters, but the length of stay of the immigrants there, how long the process of allocating equivalent housing or buying out housing will drag on, ”said Lolla Kirillova.
According to her, in this matter a big role is played by who owns the land under the house - whether it is privatized by the owners or listed by the municipality. The presence of privatized land gives owners the right to additional compensation, and can also become the subject of “bargaining" if the plot is interesting to investor-developers or city authorities.
“Often, homeowners who find themselves in a similar situation believe that privatization is impossible after the house acquires emergency status. This is not true. Even with a negative answer when applying for privatization, you need to go to court. With the correct formal execution of the filed statement of claim, the availability of the necessary documents and provided that the refusal of privatization is not related to incompleteness or errors in the package of documents, a positive court decision will be received, ”the expert notes.