You will need
- Passport, technical passport of the apartment, the application for redevelopment, identifying the right apartment document, the redevelopment project, the written consent of all family members living in the apartment.
First contact branch of the FGUP "rostehinventarizatsiya – federalnoe BTI" to get a copy of the technical passport of the apartment.
Next you need to find a design company which isstate licensed for redevelopment. These organizations are preparing and executing the projects of future changes, which are agreed with sanitary-epidemiological, fire, gas and other services. The number of such services depends on the type of redevelopment and features of the property.
Then contact the Department of construction and architecture of the city district of your city with all documents.
Set the period during which you will be given the nod to redevelop. It is 45 days after receiving all documents. Thus, you either give the nod or deny, and give the appropriate arguments, for example, discovered flaws in documents" or "design flaws". If agreed, the redevelopment is done, there after you must again contact the Department. A Commission will be created that will test whether all redevelopment conforms to the design, is not altered if nothing more. Also if the apartment is privatized, the act of the Commission must be attributed to the management of the registration service. There changes will make in the unified state register of rights to immovable property and transactions with it.
Unauthorized alterations, illegal. Why? But because state Agencies sooner or later will find in the apartment, for example, unregistered the wall. What does this entail? In the best case, government representatives will be asked to execute all legally, and at worst forced to return the premises in the original form. Thus, it is advisable to still apply for a redevelopment, which should be carried out only after consultation with the local authorities.
It should be emphasized that making alterations to the apartment – the process is long and laborious, but necessary. Failure to do so entails a fairly dire consequences: the owner will not be able to fully dispose of their property, that is, to sell, to privatize, and so on. But despite this, many are now trying to circumvent the law, to avoid undue delay, and not to execute this procedure.