Rules for the maintenance of common property in an apartment...

Rules for keeping common property in an apartment building

Approved by the US Government Decree No. 491 of 13.08.2006

These Rules govern relations for the maintenance of common property belonging to the right of common share ownership to owners of premises in an apartment building (hereinafter - common property).

I. Determination of the composition of the common property

1. The composition of the common property is determined by:

a) by the owners of the premises in the apartment building (hereinafter - the owners of the premises) - in order to fulfill the obligation to maintain the common property;

b) public authorities - in order to control the content of common property;

c) local authorities - in order to prepare and conduct an open tender for the selection of a management organization in accordance with Part 4 of Article 161 of the Housing Code of the United States.

2. The general property includes:

a) premises in an apartment building that are not part of apartments and intended for servicing more than one residential and (or) non-residential premises in this apartment building (hereinafter - common areas), including inter-apartment staircases, staircases, elevators, elevator and other mines, corridors, wheelchairs, attics, technical floors (including built-in garages and motorway platforms, workshops, technical attics built at the expense of property owners) and technical cellars in which eyutsya utilities, other serving more than one dwelling, and (or) non-residential premises in an apartment building, equipment (including boilers, boiler, elevator components and other technical equipment);

b) roofs;

c) enclosing load-bearing structures of an apartment building (including foundations, bearing walls, slabs, balcony and other slabs, supporting columns and other enclosing supporting structures);

d) enclosing non-load-bearing structures of an apartment building that serve more than one residential and (or) non-residential premises (including windows and doors of common areas, rails, parapets and other enclosing non-structural structures);

e) mechanical, electrical, sanitary and other equipment located in an apartment building outside or inside premises and serving more than one residential and (or) non-residential premises (apartments);

e) the land plot on which the multi-family house is located and whose boundaries are determined on the basis of state cadastral records, with elements of landscaping and landscaping;

g) Other facilities intended for maintenance, operation and improvement of the apartment building, including transformer substations, heat points intended for the maintenance of a multi-apartment building, collective parking lots, garages, children's and sports grounds located within the boundaries of the land plot on which an apartment building is located.

3. In determining the composition of the common property, the information on the rights to real estate objects that are common property contained in the Unified State Register of Rights to Real Estate and Transactions with it (hereinafter referred to as the Register) as well as information contained in the state land cadastre are used.

4. In case of discrepancy (contradiction) of information on the composition of common property contained in the Register, documentation of state technical accounting, accounting of managers or other organizations, technical documentation for an apartment building, the information contained in the Register is given priority.

5. Intra-housing engineering systems of cold and hot water supply and gas supply, consisting of risers, branches from risers to the first disconnecting device, located on branches of risers, indicated switching devices, collective (common-house) cold and hot water meters, -regulating cranes on the outlets of inter-apartment wiring from risers, as well as mechanical, electrical, sanitary and other equipment located on this floor s networks.

The structure of the common property includes an in-house engineering system of water disposal consisting of sewerage outlets, shaped parts (including bends, branches, branch pipes, revisions, crosses, tees), risers, plugs, exhaust pipes, drainpipes, from the risers to the first butt joints, as well as other equipment located in this system (the paragraph is introduced by the Decree of the Government of the USA dated 06.05.2011 No. 354).

6. The structure of the common property includes an in-house heating system consisting of risers, heating elements, regulating and shut-off valves, collective (common house) heat metering devices, and other equipment located on these networks.

7. The structure of the general property includes an in-house power supply system consisting of input cabinets, input and distribution devices, protection, control and management equipment, collective (common house) meters for electric power, floor plates and cabinets, lighting installations for common areas, electrical installations for smoke removal systems , automatic fire alarm systems of internal fire water supply, cargo, passenger and fire elevators, automatically locked facilities PTS door entrances apartment building networks (cables) of the outer limit established in accordance with clause 8 hereof, to the individual, the general (residential) electric power meters and other electrical equipment located in these networks.

8. The external boundary of electric, heat, water and wastewater networks, information and telecommunication networks (including wire broadcasting networks, cable television, fiber optic networks, telephone lines and other similar networks) included in the common property, unless otherwise specified the legislation of the United States is the external boundary of the wall of an apartment building, and the boundary of operational responsibility in the presence of a collective (common-house) if the other is not established by the agreement of the owners of premises with the executor of communal services or the resource with the supplying organization, the place of connection of the collective (common house) metering device with the corresponding engineering network entering into the apartment house is.

9. The external boundary of gas supply networks that make up the common property is the place of connection of the first shut-off device to the external gas distribution network.

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