Abandoned real estate in Crimea may become state property of the Russian Federation after the object was registered by the State Committee for State Registration and Cadastre of the Republic of Crimea (Goskomregistr) for a year.
This was stated by the head of Goskomregistr Aleksey Koestin, as Ria News reported.
“A year after the State Committee for Registration entered information into the Unified State Register of Real Estate that the property is without owner, the local government can claim for recognizing such an object as municipal. To realize this opportunity, a representative of the municipality must apply to the court with a request to recognize the right of municipal ownership of this property,” Kostin said.
Thus, if you have real estate in the occupied Crimea, but you do not use it, in a year it will no longer be yours, but will become state property of the Russian Federation.
Earlier, it was reported that the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on the problem of Crimea’s militarization.