According to Uskenbaev, there were no restrictions on the length of residence initially.
“The Law on Housing Relations is really socially oriented. This is the ideology and policy of our state, therefore we did not set strict parameters — for example, a person receives rental housing and can live there until the age of majority or until a certain age — we did not set such restrictions,” he said.
At the same time, he noted that only those family members, whose names were originally written in the contract, can live in this apartment for an unlimited amount of time.
“The only thing is that there are rules in our by-laws stating that this apartment is received by the exact number of people by name in accordance with their individual identification numbers, which are registered. Who got the apartment by name — they have every right to live in this apartment as much as they wish. No one will be evicted from there. They will live there until they improve their living conditions and move to another housing,” Uskenbayev emphasized.
In addition, Uskenbaev clarified that the eviction of tenants can occur only if there are certain violations of residence regulations.
“If tenants do not pay utility bills for 6 months, they intend to damage property, re-equip housing for some other purpose — a shop or a hostel, or rent it out,” said Uskenbayev.
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