If you decide to start privatizing the apartment yourself, the procedure will be as follows:
1. Visit to BTI (bureau of technical inventory), obtaining a floor plan and explication. Additionally, you will need copies of these documents certified by the BTI.
2. Visiting the EIRTS (single information and settlement center).
In the accounting department of the EIRTS you need to get:
At the passport office you will receive an archival certificate from the house book and a certificate of replacement of passports of all citizens registered in the apartment (room).
If the privatization participants registered in the apartment after September 1991, extracts from house books from all previous places of residence will be required.
If someone registered on the living space has already participated in the privatization, you need a notarized copy of the ownership certificate, or other documents that contain information about the certificate and the transfer agreement (sale and purchase agreement, exchange, donation, etc.).
If someone registered as of September 1991 did not live in Moscow, a certificate from the BTI is required stating that this citizen did not participate in privatization + an extract from the house book.
3.With the documents collected in paragraphs 1 and 2, we go to the privatization department at the place of residence or in Moszhilregistratsiya. It will be necessary to add originals and photocopies of the passports of the privatization participants to the previously collected documents.
Documents: housing privatization
Regardless of whether you will privatize housing on your own, or contact us, you will need the following documents:
– from BTI, if they were registered at the place of residence in the region of the Russian Federation from September 1991 to December 1997;
– from the Office of the Federal Registration Service (former institution of Justice) in the region of residence from January 1998 to the date of departure to Moscow;
– originals of documents for the apartment, which are kept on hand (order, exchange order, passport of the dwelling, social contract, extract from the order);
– notarial refusal from an adult family member (in case of unwillingness to participate in privatization). The waiver must be made in favor of ALL participating in the privatization of the dwelling;
In some cases, additional documents may be required to privatize housing.