In the temporarily occupied Mariupol, lists of real estate whose owners left the city due to the occupation began to be formed
The enemy marks all this property as “unowned” and adds it to the appropriate register. If the occupiers do not establish the owners of the property within a year, it must pass into municipal ownership.
That is, the enemy captured the city, destroying tens of thousands of people. The majority of the population was evacuated from the city due to the Russian occupation. Now the Russians want to extort their property, because the owners of the apartments do not want to live under occupation.
However, Ukraine’s National Resistance Center notes that all decisions of the occupation administration are legally null and void. Russia will be forced to compensate for all losses by paying reparations.