The regional authorities of occupied Crimea offer to discontinue the rights of property on land for the plots and real estate that were drawn up until 2014. Also, Sergey Aksenov the Head of Crimea set out the amendments to the federal constitutional law ‘For Crimea acceptance to Russia’ to Dmitriy Kosak the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia as Kommersant reports.
‘The documents that were granted by Ukrainian government authorities and that confirm the right of property on plots can be recognized as invalid in Crimea. The regional authorities offer to integrate such amendments to the federal constitutional law ‘For Crimea acceptance to Russia’’, the message reports.
According to the officials, it concerns the private premises and documents that do not suit the requirements of the Russian legislation. For example, the land is on the territory of the general use, including parks and beaches, but it is not used according to the intended purpose.
The regional authorities expect to clear out the most area where the documents are doubtful till 2021.
According to the different estimates, the total cost of the plots that fall under the potential confiscations is above 1 billion of dollars.
The pro-Russian authorities do not have the official possibilities to confiscate the real estate and plots but when their's juridical status contradicts the Russian legislation.
At the same time, Aksenov offered to Kozak to initiate the integration of the separate federal law to the State Duma. This law will regulate the process of the cancellation of the proper rights on lands in Crimea and Sevastopil.
There are no comments from the press services of Sergey Aksenov and Dmitriy Kozak. One of the Crimean officials reported that Kozak assigned regional authorities to prepare the amendments in April 2017.
The State Duma of Russia will review a draft law for the resort fee in annexed Crimea.