03 of March. Still 1 year extended free housing privatization, the deadline to which you want to have time to privatize their housing – 1 of March 2016, the "Amnesty for dacha" has been extended for another 3 years until 1 of March, 2018.
These seemingly small in scope documents, helped to remove the stress that appeared in the society due to the expiry of the period helps to make the property of the estate. Free privatization and "dacha Amnesty" have lasted for quite a few years and all those who, in principle, would, he had to consolidate the ownership of villas, apartments. However, according to experts, if these laws had not been adopted, the rights of thousands of citizens have been violated. First, due to the fact that part of Russia has entered new regions of Sevastopol and Republic of Crimea, residents had very little time to get into ownership of immovable property by the legislation of the Russian Federation.
Secondly, the problem of dilapidated and emergency housing had still not been solved. Sooner or later, such people the state has an obligation to settle. If you cancel free privatisation, people will not be able to purchased a new home. The same applies to those who stand in the queue for housing.
Third, the state has an interest in the property passed into the ownership of citizens, because in this case all care about square meters to lie fully on the shoulders of the owner, the same capital repairs in houses is no longer the budget, but at the expense of people who live in it and own the apartments.
Experts note that in Russia approximately every third apartment is not privatized, about 30% of the housing stock is owned by municipalities.
However, we should not forget about the other side of this situation. When housing is transferred into the hands of the citizens, they are also responsible (to some not all possible) on maintaining housing, maintaining it in good condition. As the Director of the Center for urban competencies at the Russian public service Academy ION Irina Irbitskaya, for some, such a burden does not really lift, as about 15-20% of owners simply can not afford the maintenance of their property in proper condition. Including it is impossible for the health workers and other professions that play an important social role in society, but receive quite modest salaries.
The expert believes that the state should create a system in which people have a "roof" over your head regardless of how much they earn, and that this property did not take away the lion's share of the income.
Changes introduced by Federal law of the Russian Federation from 28 of February, 2015 No. 19-FZ "On amending article 2 of the Federal law "About introduction in action of the Housing code of the Russian Federation", Federal law of the Russian Federation from 28 of February, 2015. N 18-FZ "On amending article 47 of the Federal law "On state cadastre of real estate" and the Federal law of the Russian Federation from 28 of February, 2015 N 20-FZ "On amendments to certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation".