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Federal cadastral chamber of Russia recommends to homeowners to make their contact information in the Unified state register of real estate (egrn) or update them to promptly receive notifications about attempts to conduct remote transactions with the property. This is stated in the message Department, arrived in edition “Tapes.ru”.
This is primarily to allow the owners to protect themselves from possible scams with square meters. “Today all the objects whose information is included in the egrn, by default, protected from actions that are in the digital space in the real estate market, — emphasized in Cadastral chamber. — To conduct remote transactions, the owner should Express his consent in a “traditional” paper, giving a statement for inclusion in the egrn relevant record”.
At the same time from 1 July in Russia came into force another rule: if someone tries to hold references deal with the use of electronic signatures, this certainly notify the owner. “Thus, if egrn contains the email address or postal address of the owner, then, upon receipt of electronic documents on the registration of rights will send a notification on the same day,” the report States. If the deal was planned — the owner will be able to ensure that the necessary documents were received. But if permission to deal was not — he finds out about the fraud attempt.
To add contact details or to update them in egrn, you must apply to the nearest multi-purpose center.
Cases of cyber fraud with apartments increased in Russia in recent years. In the summer of 2019, it became known that in Moscow with the use of a digital signature was stolen from the apartment in a Stalin building on Kutuzovsky Prospekt. The transaction was performed remotely through the portal of Rosreestr. The landlord found out that lost it, by accident: as a resident of the district he sought Parking permission of the resident, but was refused.
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