A certificate of state registration of law is an official document.
He confirms that your property is availableThe real estate object: a house, a land plot, an apartment, a garage, a non-residential premise, and that the record is properly entered in the Unified State Register of Rights to Immovable Property and Transactions (EGRP).
When you need to get a certificate of state registration of law
Because the certificate is a confirmationThe relevance of the information about the real estate object entered in the Unified State Register of Trade Unions, all current changes must also be entered in the register, which is confirmed by the issuance of a new certificate. Therefore, if an apartment has been redeveloped or if apartments have been merged, you will need to register these changes and get a new certificate for a new, in effect, real estate object.
This document will need to be reissued ifThere was a change of the owner or his passport data was changed, the right to inheritance or real estate was transferred to another owner as a gift. The basis for obtaining a certificate is also the loss or need to replace the old certificate with a new one, approved by the RF Government Decision No. 219 in February 1998. It is also necessary to obtain a certificate if, at the time of the transaction, it was not registered, and in the event that it is necessary to register ownership of apartments located in HOAs or HBCs.
The procedure for obtaining a certificate of state registration of law
These certificates are issued in the territorialDepartments of the Office of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography (Rosreestr). Any individual who owns the property, as well as holders of other types of rights to it (rent, sublease, hiring, etc.) can apply for a certificate. This document can be issued only to the right holder both at the time of registration of the right, and in the event that the document was lost, but the right to real estate is still left for him. The existence of this right is easily confirmed by the information entered in the EGRP.
When a property is in a commonShare ownership, each owner receives in his hands a copy of the certificate, in which his share is indicated. On the back of this document is a list of all other co-investors, indicating their passport data and shares in common ownership. If the property belongs to the spouses as joint common ownership, the certificate will be issued in a single copy, but as the owners on the front side a list of all the owners of this property will be provided.
On property in common use,Owners of apartments in apartment buildings do not receive a separate certificate. Their share in the common property is registered in the certificate for the apartment that is in their ownership.