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Selling property in Russia
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JDives
Posted 2017-04-29 9:36 PM (#90574)
Subject: Selling property in Russia
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I have seen conflicting information on the web. Do all registered tenants at a property have to personally go and de-register before some residence can be sold, or will they simply be automatically de-registered when the property is sold? Adults, not children.
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Posted 2017-04-29 10:09 PM (#90575 - in reply to #90574)
Subject: RE: Selling property in Russia


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JDives - 2017-04-30 7:36 AM I have seen conflicting information on the web. Do all registered tenants at a property have to personally go and de-register before some residence can be sold, or will they simply be automatically de-registered when the property is sold? Adults, not children.

Hello welcome to the forum.

The answer to your question.
According to my Information (and I confirmed it by asking my wife who is a Russian lady) if a property is sold the de-registration is automatically cancelled be cause the purchaser change their registration to the property that they purchased.

Hope This Helps
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Posted 2017-04-30 11:07 AM (#90576 - in reply to #90574)
Subject: Re: Selling property in Russia


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Hi

Same advice different context, yes everyone should be deregistered however, only the individual can do this OR through the court - neither the owner nor the property office can do this.

I had a situation where I bought a flat and could not de-register someone, which gave them rights to live in the flat!!! I had to go to court to get them out, which was a pain.

Mind you that was 10 years ago so it may have changed, but in any event ALWAYS make sure that ALL people are deregistered before you purchase, there is a process for this.

Hope this help.

Chris
Dark_sidi
Posted 2017-10-12 7:41 PM (#91655 - in reply to #90576)
Subject: Re: Selling property in Russia


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Administrator - 2017-04-30 11:07 AM

Hi

Same advice different context, yes everyone should be deregistered however, only the individual can do this OR through the court - neither the owner nor the property office can do this.

I had a situation where I bought a flat and could not de-register someone, which gave them rights to live in the flat!!! I had to go to court to get them out, which was a pain.

Mind you that was 10 years ago so it may have changed, but in any event ALWAYS make sure that ALL people are deregistered before you purchase, there is a process for this.

Hope this help.

Chris


Thank you, admin so much for you help. I was looking for the same answer.
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