Penza mayor's office sues Alexander Tuzov but withdraws claim in 5 days
Penza, 2 August 2017. PenzaNews. The Penza administration sued the ex-officer of the Federal Security Service, member of the public council under the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Alexander Tuzov but in five days withdrew the claim that dealt with issues of land use.
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Relevant information was posted on the website of the Zheleznodorozhny area court of Penza. The website also contains information about two more cases featuring the entrepreneur Alexander Tuzov as a defendant.
According to the posted information, the claim of the Penza mayor's office against Alexander Tuzov that dealt with land issues was submitted on July 12. The next day, materials for consideration were handed over to the judge Inna Tarasova but on July 17, a letter about "return of the statement of claim" from a representative of the Penza administration was received.
The regional department of the Federal Agency for State Registration, Cadastre, and Cartography, and the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning were indicated as third persons in the land dispute.
The press service of the mayor's office failed to explain what exactly the city administration required from Alexander Tuzov, as well as failed to comment on why the claim was submitted and then withdrawn pleading such issue being out of the office’s confidence.
At the same time, only one land scandal that features the member of the public council under the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Alexander Tuzov is known. It is connected with acquisition of land in a resort area in Akhuny located at 9B Spartakovskaya street, Penza, which was officially proved by an investigation of the regional department of Rosreestr.
Earlier, it was reported that the area of the illegally occupied land plot, where a part of a two-storeyed detached house and a garage are located, equals to 170 square metres. However, as it was found out later, the state inspector who carried out the inspection on the basis of documents provided by the violator concluded that the area must be less – not more than 120 square metres – i.e. by deducting a part of house and garage areas.
As a result, on April 27, 2016, Alexander Tuzov received an order to clear the illegally occupied land within six months or to obtain right stating documents for it. The term of fulfilment of the claimant's requirement was extended first to April 27, 2017, and then – to October 27.
Prosecutor's office twice denies results of inspection that involves Tuzov
In 2016, Alexander Tuzov twice turned to the mayor's office hoping to legalize the land near the house, which is registered in the state immovable property cadastre as the second zone of sanitary control of mineral water deposits in Penza, but the attempts were unsuccessful.
Then, he filed a lawsuit against the city administration but lost the case. Disagreeing with such a result, Alexander Tuzov appealed to the regional court but failed to get understanding there – the court of appeal left the previously made decision without changes.