The mayor’s office from Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug evicts a pensioner into a dilapidated building after 20 years of litigation
The mayor’s office of Pyt-Yakh (KhMAD) is trying to evict a local resident from the municipal apartment that she was provided with 20 years ago. The woman was offered to move to a dilapidated house, which was first recognized as unsafe, and then placed in a maneuverable fund.
The woman’s lawyer, Anatoly Anikin, told URA.RU about this.
“About 20 years ago, house No. 10 in the 2a microdistrict, in which my trustee lived, was in judicial the order was recognized as emergency after examination. According to the law, displaced persons are provided with free housing in exchange for emergency housing, but my trustee was persuaded to sign an agreement to pay 50% of the cost of housing, but she did not pay because she knew that the demand was illegal. Now, after all these years of litigation, she is being evicted from the apartment provided,” Anikin told the agency’s correspondent.
After many years of legal red tape, the mayor’s office of Pyt-Yakh filed a lawsuit with the court of appeal with a certificate stating that house No. 10 was never recognized as unsafe. This time, the court upheld the claim and decided to evict the woman from the apartment in which she was supposedly staying illegally. At the same time, judging by the court’s conclusion, one entrance to the dilapidated building was demolished, and the second was transferred to the maneuverable fund. The woman is offered to move there, despite the fact that other people are currently living there.
The Yugra resident filed an application with the Investigative Committee of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. The agency’s journalist also sent a request to the law enforcement agency. The department reported that a procedural check was being carried out following the woman’s request.
The URA.RU agency has at its disposal a document recognizing house No. 10 as unsafe, as well as judicial acts and conclusions. Based on the case materials, the agency sent a request to the Pyt-Yakh administration. At the time of publication of the news, no response had been received.