The “DPR” adopted a “law” on the property of Ukraine

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Photo: Separatist media

The “law” was adopted in two readings unanimously by 89 “deputies”

The separatists declared the real estate, which was in state ownership of Ukraine or communal property of territorial communities, “municipal property” or “property of the republic.”

In the self-proclaimed “DPR,” the so-called “deputies of the people’s council” adopted a “law” that regulates “property relations on the territory of the republic.” This was reported by the separatist media on Friday, April 30.

The “law” was adopted in two readings unanimously by 89 “deputies”. Further, it will be sent for signature to the head of the “DPR” Denis Pushilin and will enter into force 10 days after its official publication.

The fake “document” states that real estate that was in state ownership of Ukraine or communal property of territorial communities is recognized as “municipal property” or “property of the republic.”

Also, the “law” determines the procedure for conducting “state registration of rights” to real estate. In addition, a mechanism for the transfer of immovable property that has passed into the “ownership of the DPR” or “municipal property” is being established.

The day before it was reported that empty apartments will be taken to the “DPR” into “state property”. The corresponding “decree” was approved by Pushilin The separatists claim that they will hand over the apartments to the “needy”.

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