In the temporarily occupied Genichesk, lists of real estate whose owners left the city due to the occupation began to be formed.
The occupiers distribute the corresponding leaflets to apartment buildings and the private sector. Residents are required by local collaborators to bring documents of the “property owner” to the “Territory Development Fund”.
According to the practice of other cities, it is not difficult to predict that if the owner is not found, then his real estate will be declared “abandoned”, that is, subject to “nationalization”.
It should be noted that at the same time, relatives of collaborators and holders of Russian passports, who were “evacuated” from the right bank of the Kherson Region, are occupying housing in the city. The occupying power has already given them tacit permission for this.
We will remind you that in the temporarily occupied areas of the Zaporizhzhia region, the occupiers force the local population to redraw documents for real estate and land in accordance with the enemy’s legislation. In case of refusal, the Russians threaten to “nationalize”, that is, to simply take away this real estate. It should be noted that the Russians even created an online site for the sale of such “nationalized” property.