Deceived shareholders, according to the decision made by the Supervisory Board of the Land Development Fund, with the help of state support, can receive housing (if it was decided to complete the house) or cash payments.
Now, as RG was told at the Territorial Development Fund (TDF), shareholders can request a payment by submitting a request by mail or through a “personal account” on the fund’s website. In June they will be able to do so through the public services portal. In addition, the service, as noted in the FRT, will start operating ahead of schedule, already at the beginning of the summer. The deadline for consideration of requests received through the public services portal is up to 10 days.
To apply, you will need to go to the portal of public services, select a service, familiarize yourself with the list of required documents and submit an application. The new service will expedite the processing of payments to people who have not received their apartments due to the bankruptcy of developers, emphasizes the FRT.
It will be possible to issue and track the application, including in the mobile application “Gosuslugi”. Thanks to push notifications, information about the progress of the application will be sent to the applicant more quickly.
In 2019-2023, through the joint efforts of the Fund and the regions, assistance was provided to more than 170,000 shareholders. The rights of about 80 thousand citizens who suffered from unscrupulous developers have not yet been restored.
Any automation that makes life easier and simpler for people should be supported, says Sergei Kolunov, a member of the State Duma Committee on Construction, Housing and Utilities. “The registration of compensation to defrauded shareholders through public services should reduce the terms of payment. It is important to fully automate the process here, from filing an application to the very return of funds, so that citizens do not have You have to write unnecessary applications and visit the MFC and the funds will be automatically credited to your account,” says Kolunov.