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A resident of Ulan-Ude stood in the queue for housing in 1964, but the city refused to issue her an apartment when it’s time. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to the press service of the Republican Prosecutor’s office.
City hall refused to the woman in housing, citing the fact that it does not have the status of “poor.” In this regard, the Prosecutor’s office brought a lawsuit against the city administration and demanded to recognize her right to housing under the contract of social hiring.
The court granted the Prosecutor’s demands and ordered the city to grant living space for three months. According to the Housing code of the RSFSR, which was in force until 1 March 2005, the citizen did not have to have a poor status for registration in the queue for housing, said the Agency.
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