The purpose of the bill is to introduce new formal elements (corpus delicti) of administrative violations in the sphere of housing relations - said Mr. Kairbek Uskenbaev, Vice Minister of RoK National Economy at the meeting of the Senate Committee on Economic Policy, Innovation Development and Entrepreneurship.
Amendments introduced to certain legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on issues related to housing relations imply the following:
Within the framework of the bill it is planned to introduce amendments and additions to the RoK Code of Administrative Offences. The Code is going to be supplemented with new corpus delicti in the sphere of housing and communal services, in respect of the administrative responsibility of administrative bodies of the condominium’s object. The reviewing of administrative cases, as well as preparing of protocols on non-compliance with regulations and other legal requirements will be assigned to the competence of housing inspections of local executive bodies.
The Law "On Housing Relations" introduces the concept of "budgetary organizations". To date, the circle of persons belonging to employees of budget organizations is not specified in any statute of the Republic of Kazakhstan. When conducting an annual inventory of waiting lists, local executive bodies require to submit supporting documents, which however is not possible for this category of citizens.
The concept of "budgetary organizations" is introduced in order to determine the circle of persons who are entitled to claim the provision of housing from public housing stock.
The draft law also provides for the following measures:
Paragraph 9 of Article 13 of the Law "On Housing Relations" provides that citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan shall have the right to privatize in the territory of the Republic only one dwelling from the state housing stock. However, it is well known that until 1996 the privatization of housing was carried out through the coupon mechanism. The bill specifies that the previously implemented privatization of housing through the coupon mechanism does not present a ground for denial of the right to privatize housing. It is also envisaged to state that citizens having a less than 50% share in the previously privatized housing shall not be restricted in exercising their right to privatize housing provided from the state housing stock.
During the discussion of this clause by the working group, it was decided to impose a ban on eviction of vulnerable segments of the population during the heating season. Members of the working group of the Majilis of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan during the work on the bill discussed many topical issues related to provision of housing for our citizens. These proposals have found full support and provide for the following:
Name of “MinTax” used in this proposal, depending on the context, can refer to MinTax LLP or MinTax Audit LLP and to its structural subdivisions as well. MinTax LLP and MinTax Audit LLP are included into MinTax Group acting on the basis of the Partnership Agreement, and are considered to be separate and independent legal entities founded under the Republic of Kazakhstan legislation, and they are responsible for all rights and obligations only on their behalf. The Companies which are included in MinTax Group are not responsible for any actions or omissions of each other
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