So, to restore order in the apartment, please contact in the first place in REU (maintenance management). Already in place, write a statement of need issue you a coupon to the order. But if it was not saved (it happens quite often), then ask for the issuance of the certificate that the certificate is not preserved.
Contact the administration of the district in which they live. Together with a specialist on housing issues write a statement about the conclusion of the agreement of social hiring. Of course, the administration may deny your claim. Then you have a right to appeal directly to the court.
Another solution to the problem with the loss of an order is to contact the local Department of real estate. If we are unable to help then try their happiness in the service of one-stop-shop will restore your order apartment.
Don't worry, your order no one will use for fraudulent purposes, because without a package of accompanying documents, he just a piece of paper, albeit important.
As mentioned above, you can now contact your housing organization, where you have to sign the contract of social hiring, because under the new Housing code orders are "conditional" are not restored. The contract of employment is intended to replace this procedure.
Directly to the housing organization will tell you what documents you need to collect for this. You will need to write a letter to the city administration in which you ask to conclude with you a contract of employment in connection with the loss of a warrant for the apartment.
Advice 2: How to restore the documents to the apartment
At the apartment , the owner must present all necessary documents. In their case of loss or damage recovery is performed in the organization where they were received. It is necessary to apply at the place of registration, to submit the application, passport and pay the state fee for the issuance of duplicates.
You will need
- - the statement;
- - passport;
- - receipt of payment for services issuance of duplicate;
- - photocopies of lost or damaged documents (if available).
If you have lost the certificate of title or it came in a state of disrepair, contact the Federal office of the state registration of the centre at which you received this document. Complete the application, specify the reason for the loss of or damage to the certificate of ownership, present your passport, pay the state fee. After 30 days you will issue a duplicate.
In case of loss or damage to the contract of purchase and sale, contact the notary office at the place of its conclusion. Pay for notary services, write a statement about the loss, please show your passport. If you have entered into a contract in writing and has not assured him of a notary, and this arrangement was allowed from January 1, 2006, to obtain a copy you can with the instance of the seller, which is stored in the second contract. Or contact FPRC where there are photocopies of all documents submitted for registration, including the contract of sale. You will be given a photocopy of the document.
Lost certificate of inheritance, donation contract, you can recover in the notary's office or in PPRC. For this you need to contact one of these organizations, a statement, a passport, to present the receipt of payment for services. Based on the submitted documents, you will be given a copy, if you asked the notary, or the copy, if you asked FPRC.
Lost the cadastral or technical documents on the apartment , you can recover by contacting BTI. If from the moment of registration has passed more than 5 years, you will have to call a technician and pay for his services, after which you will revise documents and give the necessary notices.
The documents for the apartmentreceived under the contract of social hiring, can be restored, through the Department of housing policy that operates in each regional administration. Write a statement, present your valid passport. You will be given a copy of the contract of social hiring. A photocopy of this document you can obtain by contacting FPRC, where check all agreements executed for a term exceeding 1 year.