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22/01/21

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Fines 2021: what homeowners will have to pay for

Since January 1, 2021, several laws have come into force that will change the lives of apartment and house owners. For violation of the new norms, Russians will face sanctions, penalties, fines and even criminal punishment.


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Fines 2021: what homeowners will have to pay for

Since January 1, 2021, several laws have come into force that will change the lives of apartment and house owners. For violation of the new norms, Russians will face sanctions, penalties, fines and even criminal punishment.

Fines in 2021:

For violation of fire safety - up to 5,000.00 rubles,

A fine can also be received for an open fire left unattended in residential premises, including on balconies and loggias, as well as for parking a car near the house, if it closes the place where the nozzles for fire equipment on the facade or the cover of the fire hydrant well are closed.

Fines will also affect the owners of private houses, who now have to cook food on fire exclusively in specially designated places (for example, a barbecue is suitable). “Moreover, this brazier should be located 5 m from any outbuilding, and within a radius of 2 m there should be no flammable substances. In order not to receive a fine for making fires on the site, now you need to dig a hole at least 30 cm deep and up to a meter wide, and before any building there must be at least 50 m

For harmful garbage:

For citizens - up to 2000.00 rubles.

For officials - up to 30,000, rub

For persons engaged in entrepreneurial activity up to 50,000.00 rubles

For legal entities persons - up to 250,000.00 rubles

From January 1, 2021, the collection of penalties for the payment of debt for communal services will resume. From this year, arrears that arose before the introduction of the moratorium, that is, until April 6, 2020, can be presented for payment. If the debt was formed during the moratorium period - from April 6 to December 31, 2020 - then penalties will be charged only starting from the 31st day of delay in payment

The mechanism for calculating the property tax will also change from this year. Now the basis for the calculation will be the cadastral value of the object as close to the market value. The result will be a significant increase in property tax. Reducing coefficients can no longer be used, and the delay in payment will cost the taxpayer 20% of the amount of the accrued tax. If the delay was deliberate, the penalties will increase to 40%. However, the signs of this very intentionality are not disclosed in the laws. The sanctions also include daily penalties in the amount of 1/300 of the product of the duration of the delay