The long-term amnesty or simpler land title and construction for citizens began in 2006, but the practice shows that, to date, about a third land Not registered. And about half of the deeded dormitories were not intermingled.Refining the boundaries of the site. The law now allows for such " volunteerism " , but it is advantageous to make a deal to the site without interfering with it.
Consider what we do to properly own and build a long (urban) site with the least money and time costs.
“Reference from King Goroha”
Let us begin with the simplest and, at the same time, very common situation, which is often anxious to the landowners. These are cases where the owner of the site has a document that deals with the right to land, but... this document is issued in front of King Goroje. The State registration of ownership of the plot in such " grammar " is generally not mentioned, and sometimes there is a scary indication that the certificate is temporary. " What to do? " , the owners of " old " documents, where to run, how to assert their land rights and how to do so urgently.
The answer is consoling: if the right-to-site document was issued to you by the rules that were in force at the time of its discharge, as long as it was, your right to land is recognized as complete and valid this day. Explain that the modern system of State registration of real property rights has been introduced since 31 January 1998. Before that, various rules had been in place, including the legal way of establishing real property rights, which was considered to be local seals, documents certified by BTI, etc. Accordingly, if you have such a certificate in your hands and it was issued in due course, there are probably no reasons for concern.
Note: The legal safeguards for you are set out in article 3, paragraph 9, of the Federal Act of 25 October 2001 No. 137-FZ on the enactment of the Land Code of the Russian Federation (on the validity of previously issued documents certifying citizens ' rights to land), as well as article 6, paragraph 1, of the Federal Act of 21 July 1997, No. 122-FZ on State Registration of Real Property Rights and Transactions (on recognition of Land Rights).