Commissioning of a non-residential building (premises or building) is a procedure that must be performed before the start of operation of any structure or building. Only having the relevant documents on the commissioning of a non-residential building in hand, the owner has the right to connect such communications as electricity, gas, sewerage, water. Also, without the legalization of a non-residential building, it is impossible to sell the premises, transfer it by inheritance, donate it, use it as a pledge, etc. Depending on the category of responsibility for the operation of the premises without permits, the owner faces a fine. Its size is from 18 to 90 minimum wages. That is why a non-residential building should be put into operation in accordance with the MOU (urban planning conditions and restrictions). The lawyers of PRIKHODKO & PARTNERS will help you with this.
What are the features of the procedure for accepting a non-residential building into operation?
Non-residential buildings are included in the category of objects of IV-V level of complexity. They are put into operation on the basis of a Certificate and an Act of Conformity. First, if there is a technical passport, the Certificate of Completion is drawn up. This document is provided by the construction contractor. The next step is a commission of experts checks. If a positive result is issued, this is fixed in the Certificate of Conformity. Based on this document, the ownership of a non-residential building is formalized and the necessary communications are connected.
Situations can often arise when persons without proper permits and project documentation carry out illegal construction of non-residential premises. As soon as the construction phase is completed, the new building must be put into operation. This will require a package of documents and the implementation of certain steps to determine the compliance of the completed object of the project documentation with the current rules and regulations.
Among the documents required for the commissioning of a non-residential building:
- Passport data of the customer.
- Information about the general contractor.
- Information about the engineer of technical supervision.
- Information about the project organization.
What are the requirements for commissioning a non-residential building?
Putting a non-residential building into operation requires going through many steps and clearly fulfilling all the requirements of current Ukrainian legislation. You must have a document confirming ownership. This can be a document on the ownership of the object or a document that confirms the right to use the plot. In this case, the cadastral number must be mandatory.
In addition, it is very important to issue urban planning conditions and restrictions in the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning. A large place is given to the preparation of the correct project. The next stage is the submission of a notice of the start of construction to the local architectural and construction inspection. After a successful technical inventory of the building, you can get a technical passport.
The final stages are:
- Registration in the architectural and construction inspection of the Declaration on putting a non-residential building into operation.
- Assigning a postal address to the built object.
- Obtaining a Certificate of Ownership of a new object from a notary public or at the state registration service.
Assistance of professional lawyers in the commissioning of a non-residential building
It is quite difficult to independently prepare all the necessary documents for the commissioning of a non-residential building. It is much easier to take care of your nerves, time and budget by entrusting this procedure to true professionals – the lawyers of our company PRIKHODKO & PARTNERS.
The cost of paperwork for the commissioning of a non-residential building depends on the following factors:
- Stage of construction of a non-residential building.
- Complexity category of the object.
- Presence/absence of violations during the construction process.
- Floors and total area of the building.
- The location of the object.
We have many years of practical experience in preparing documents for putting a non-residential building into operation. Our specialists know all the complexities of the commissioning process and cope with them effectively. All you need to do is contact PRIKHODKO & PARTNERS lawyers for a consultation.
The cost of putting a non-residential building into operation depends on the following factors:
- The scope of documents readiness.
- Object complexity category.
- The location of the object.
- Total floor space/area of the building.
- Construction stage.
- Absence/presence of violations in the construction process.
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