Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a document that postpones the entry into force of the law on extending the dacha amnesty. The corresponding document is posted on the portal of legal information.
According to the changes, the law on the extension of the dacha amnesty in the Russian Federation will come into force on July 1, 2022, and not on September 1, as previously planned. This document extends the dacha amnesty until March 1, 2031. It will allow the Russians to simplify the procedure for registration of rights to real estate and land plots. So, citizens will be able to put on the cadastral register and register a residential or garden house on the basis of a technical plan and a preliminary document for the plot.
In addition, the owners of residential buildings used for permanent residence can count on free provision of a land plot on which the property is built. We are talking about houses that were built before May 14, 1998, and are also located within the boundaries of the settlement.
At the same time, the law introduces the need for the personal presence of the copyright holder at the notary when making a transaction for the alienation of real estate. This applies to those who made an entry in the Unified State Register of Real Estate (EGRN) about the impossibility of state registration of rights without their personal participation.
Earlier it was reported that they planned to submit a bill to the State Duma on providing self-employed property tax deductions when buying real estate .
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