The Ministry of Construction proposed a way to deal with the debts of Russians for housing and communal services

Kommersant: The Ministry of Construction proposed to expand the set of information in the GIS of housing and communal services, including the TIN of Russians proposed to reduce duplication of information through greater integration with other databases and registries and to supplement the system with new data sets. This is reported by Kommersant.

Currently, organizations do not have complete information to file a claim, while the obligation to indicate the taxpayer identification number (TIN), SNILS or other identifiers of debtors when going to court is renewed from next year … TIN data will be posted due to integration with the Unified State Register of Taxpayers, but not automatically. To load them into the system, it will be necessary to send a request for the RSO through the GIS Housing and Communal Services.

In addition, the GIS will be supplemented with information on acts that have entered into force, which confirm the existence of a debt for a period of no more than three years, as well as on its repayment … This information will be needed to automate the provision of subsidies to Russians to pay for housing and communal services – starting next year, social security authorities will receive data through the GIS of housing and communal services.

The Russian Association for Water Supply and Sanitation (RAVV) supported these amendments, but at the same time emphasized, that if a Russian is required to upload an INN to it, then it will most likely not help to collect debts.

In July, Sergei Minko, General Director of Urban Innovative Technologies PJSC, told Russians the conditions for writing off debts for housing and communal services. According to him, this rarely happens, but it is possible if the management companies (MC) provide services of insufficient quality. Minko warned that debts remain even after the bankruptcy of the management company, since they are transferred to creditors. They are the only liquid assets subject to audit.