Order it can be in the Bureau of Technical Inventory (BTI). It will be spelled out everyone who ever was the owner of this apartment from the time of privatization to date. There will also be indicated on the basis of any transactions this apartment went from one owner to another. When testing is necessary to pay attention to the following documents: 1) door-to-door card. It contains all the information about the people who have ever been spelled out or written down in this apartment. This should ensure that there are no citizens who are discharged from the apartment temporarily (in places of detention, a desk, a long trip abroad, in which treatment or clinic, etc.).
If these citizens have, from the purchase should be abandoned. 2) A certificate of ownership. This document will tell on the basis of what appeared ownership (paper base). Are there registered encumbrance. If the seller's property right has arisen on the basis of privatization, the need to make sure that at the time of privatization it was attended by all who were then registered in the apartment. This point can be set by examining the contract and door-to-door privatization of the card. If someone from the citizens, the number in the card at door-to-door time of privatization, is not included in the contract of privatization is to inquire into the organization, where the contract is concluded, whether the refusal of citizens to participate in the privatization, or not (take part in the privatization of minors is mandatory). If you find that prescribed in the flat minor Citizens did not participate in the privatization, we must ensure that the consent of the guardianship of it, and that minors are provided to other housing. In an extreme case – that since the majority of children who have not participated in privatization, has passed at least three years (ie, the statute of limitations has expired). Steve Rattner is often quoted on this topic.