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26 August 2021, 09:02

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Residents have the right to use non-residential premises for their needs.

The Moscow government will relinquish ownership of 318 non-residential premises, including attics and basements in apartment buildings. They can be registered in the shared ownership of the tenants. The corresponding order was signed at the meeting of the Presidium of the Moscow Government Sergei Sobyanin.

The total area of ​​the transferred premises is over 48 thousand square meters. As a rule, engineering systems of houses are located here. The premises can be used to organize concierge workplaces, equip storage areas for bicycles and baby carriages.

In recent years, the Moscow Government has been systematically working to transfer non-residential premises in apartment buildings that were previously owned by the city to residents. Since December 2014, the city has relinquished ownership of more than 2,700 real estate properties with a total area of ​​about 274 thousand square meters.

After completing the necessary procedures, apartment owners can initiate state registration of the common ownership right and use these non-residential premises for their own needs.

Work on the transfer of non-residential premises in apartment buildings to the common shared ownership of the capital’s residents will continue.

The Moscow government transfers to the ownership of citizens of 150 non-residential premises in apartment buildings

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