In Tatarstan, debt under lease agreements for municipal property and land plots at the beginning of 2021 amounted to 520.4 million rubles

27 February 2021, Saturday

Artur Galiev, First Deputy Minister of Land and Property of the Republic of Tatarstan, reported today at a meeting in the House of Government of the Republic of Tatarstan on the reduction of debt under lease agreements for municipal property and land plots in the Republic of Tatarstan for 2020 and for January of this year.

The meeting was held by videoconference with all municipal regions by the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov. The meeting was attended by Prime Minister of the Republic of Tatarstan Alexey Pesoshin.

So, at the beginning of this year, the total amount of debt under lease agreements amounted to 520.4 million rubles, including 480.5 million rubles. - for land plots and 40 million rubles. - for property.

The First Deputy Minister of Land and Property of the Republic of Tatarstan noted: over the past year, the total amount of debt increased by 127.5 million rubles. At the same time, the debt on property decreased by 7.3 million rubles, and on land increased by 134.8 million rubles. Without taking into account the city of Kazan, in general, the debt on land decreased by 18.3 million rubles.

As for Kazan, the share of the city in the total debt amounted to more than 66%. Another 22% of the debt falls on 5 municipalities: the city of Naberezhnye Chelny, Chistopolsky, Agryzsky, Laishevsky and Nizhnekamsky districts. The remaining 39 municipalities account for only 12%.

In Kazan, the debt under land lease agreements increased by 153 million rubles and amounted to 315.3 million, for property decreased by 9.7 million rubles and amounted to 31.3 million.

In the city of Naberezhnye Chelny, the debt under land lease agreements was reduced by 8.2 million rubles and amounted to 41 million rubles. The debt on property increased by 515 thousand rubles due to the temporary insolvency of tenants of premises in underground passages and amounted to 2 million rubles.

In total, 23 municipalities reduced their debts during 2020. Artur Galiev noted the work carried out by the Chistopolsky, Mendeleevsky, Nizhnekamsky and Sarmanovsky regions.

First deputy. Minister also spoke about the main factors that determined the dynamics of debt in 2020.

Municipalities carried out an inventory of tenants' liabilities to local budgets, revealed previously unaccounted debt in the amount of 339 million rubles.

As a result of visits to the Republican expert group on anti-corruption issues, as well as in the course of analyzing claims and actions in municipalities, the Ministry of Land and Property of the Republic of Tatarstan revealed the introduction of inaccurate information on the presence of debts into the BARS Web-vaults information system for a total amount of 6 million 286 thousand. rubles.

The total debt of tenants in liquidation or bankruptcy is over 117 million rubles.

In this regard, municipalities need to take timely measures to be included in the register of creditors. Due to the significant amount of debt of liquidated organizations, in 2020, municipalities stepped up work to write off debt.

Also, a significant amount of debt is currently in enforcement proceedings. During 2020, there were 300 lease agreements at the stage of enforcement proceedings with a total debt of 360 million rubles (including penalties). Of this amount, debts in the amount of 33.6 million rubles were repaid, about 1 million rubles were written off, 9.2 million were transferred for inclusion in the register of creditors. Thus, the efficiency of enforcement proceedings was about 12%.

In January 2021, there was an increase in debt by 14.5 million rubles. In this regard, at the end of the report, Artur Galiev urged municipalities to maximize their work with tenants-debtors in accordance with the approved "road maps" and to prevent the emergence of new overdue payments.

 

 

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