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The concept of “inviolability of home” prescribed in the Criminal code, should not apply to baths, tourist tents, the compartment of the train and the other standing separate from the dwelling house of the premises. Such clarification made by the Supreme court (SC) of Russia, reports RIA Novosti.
The court set out the relevant comments in the draft resolution on the application of article 139 of the Criminal code (“Violation of the inviolability of the home”), clarifies the Agency. Housing is considered private houses with all their constituent premises (attic, garage, basement), apartment, Dorm room, garden homes, apartments.
However, these objects can be recognized by the housing, even if they are unfit for habitation, will be demolished and officially excluded from housing, the court ruled.
In turn, housing is not considered as standing separate from the dwelling house of the premises (cellar, barn) are not designed for living spaces in public places (e.g. railway stations, shopping centres), offices, utility rooms, train compartment, the cabin of the vessel, tent. Sun also noted that the article on the inviolability of the home does not concern residential premises used solely for other purposes (such as a warehouse or workshop).
Earlier in November, the sun questioned the legislation prohibiting to select a single housing debtors. It was made in the proceedings in the case of Russia Anatoly Pusaka, owes millions of rubles and managed to save from the withdrawal of a single apartment with an area of almost 200 square meters. The SC repealed the decisions of lower courts, allowed the man to preserve the property, and sent the dispute about the apartment for a new trial in the court of first instance.
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