The State Duma of the Russian Federation approved a new procedure for notarial transactions with housing
The State Duma, notes
Now, according to the law, the owner of real estate can make an entry in the Unified State Register of Real Estate (EGRN) about the impossibility of state registration of the right without his personal participation. If there is such a record, it is possible to make transactions for the alienation of real estate in a simple written form only in the presence of the owner. But this rule does not apply to notarial transactions.
The bill proposes, if there is a corresponding mark in the register, to oblige the owners to be personally present at the conclusion of the transaction at the notary. It will be possible to make a note about the impossibility of state registration of rights without personal participation by a power of attorney drawn up in a notarial form. “Such a change will contribute to a greater reduction in the risks of committing any kind of fraudulent actions against the property of individuals,” said Pavel Krasheninnikov.
In addition, the cases of using electronic document management are expanding. Now a person can submit an electronic application for state registration of the transfer or termination of ownership of a property. The law will allow filing an application in electronic form in the event of state registration of an agreement on the assignment of rights of claims under an agreement on participation in shared construction, the parliamentarian added.
Rosreestr previously listed four methods of protecting housing from scammers. The first way is to apply for a ban on transactions without you, the second is to inform the USRN of your email address to protect the electronic signature, the third is to carefully check the documents when buying real estate, the fourth is to study the USRN extract and the power of attorney for authenticity before concluding a transaction.
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