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Friday, March 16, 2018

The armorial evidence on real estate abolished

July 15-the ownership of apartments, villas and land plots verified only relevant record in the Unified state register of rights to immovable property and transactions with it (EGRP), which meets the building. Certificate on stamp paper more will not be issued. Although first issued documents power not to lose. The innovation has caused, of course, serious concerns — how crooks are not deprived of ownership. We don’t have much trust in the Internet. However, respondents “MK” experts calm: USRR more reliable than any stamp certificate.

In fact, the legislation and practice of protection of the rights of ownership of real estate has changed dramatically. Although on the website of Rosreestr’s clearly written: “According to the law, only the record about the state registration in the unified state register is the only proof of the existence of registered rights”.

The fact that previously, the courts or the Federal registration service, usually issued documents not stamp accounts, and data contained in the unified state register. Too often, the fraudsters tried, and often successfully, to rewrite the property using forged blue paper with the Russian coat of arms.

Besides the manuscripts, that would be on the subject nor talked of the classics, often burn. Or disappear in one way or another. In addition, in paper evidence of the right of ownership of real estate not needed for many future deals. For example, who is the co-owner of at least a small fraction of an apartment or house, the cadastral value of the object and so on. So all legal transactions have long been carried out in only accordance with the data containing in EGRP.

So now it has been decided to abandon the stamp issuing paper certificates in favor of electronic records in the unified state register. Firstly, it reduces and accelerates the workflow. Second, more importantly, strengthen the protection of citizens ‘ rights on their properties.

Of course, it’s hard to resist the fear that a USRR can be subjected to cyber attack or technical failure. The more that appears the information of such attempts in some regions. But experts in the Rosreestr, as well as independent experts strongly believe: no reason for concern. The system of Federal registration service has a number of protective barriers. And not only electronic. Deals on paper are stored in the archives of Rosreestr.

Moreover, many experts argue that, in any case, the legal basis for proof of their rights on property are contracts of sale, donation and inheritance. These paper and need to store Pushcha eye. And again make sure once again that the relevant copies are securely in notary office or in court.

Besides paper media for the real estate still not completely canceled. First, remain in force issued prior to July 15, 2016 stamp paper. Second, in the multifunctional centers, long-pending municipal authorities, you can request in Rosreestr both electronic and paper extracts from the unified state register. Or do it online on the website of Rosreestr.

However, experience suggests that all sorts of requests to the state authorities does not always run on time and without mistakes. And their fix is delayed for a long time. And transactions are not conducted or property somehow disappears.

After all, despite assurances from the authorities, including adopted these amendments legislators that the new paperless system is quite reliable, may have a disturbing feeling as if something had happened. Russian citizens traditionally trust the official, stamped paper, and not the entries in the Internet.

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