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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIC AND LEGAL FEATURES OF CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION  AND THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS 

Annotation. The article analyzes economic and legal features of condominium management in the Russian Federation and in the Republic of Belarus. A statistical analysis of the dynamics of putting into operation residential buildings, the number of apartments as well as their average size from 2010 to 2018 according to the state statistics authorities is given. A comparative analysis of the modern housing legislation of Russia and Belarus is carried out according to criteria such as how to manage condominiums, the structure of the housing maintenance fee, tariff policy, etc. The key problems of managing condominiums in Russia are identified, which were managed to be circumvented in Belarus by regulating housing maintenance tariffs at the state level, as well as the abolition of such a management method as the managing organization.

 

Keywords: housing and communal services, housing law, condominium, shared property, general meeting

 

 

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Condos in Russia: socio-economic aspect

Annotation. The paper addresses the problem of refusal of owners of residential property in Russian condominiums from taking part in general meetings on issues relating to maintenance and use of shared property. The situation of organizations providing management of condominiums under conditions when the consumer determines the cost of maintenance and services is analyzed. In the course of analysis of secondary data (State statistics of the Russian Federation, results of the All-Russian sociological research “Awareness of Russian Citizens of the Housing and Public Utilities Reform” conducted by the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) in June 2019 and the results of the psychological research “Dormitory Density and Helping Behavior” conducted by Bickman L. and Teger A. in the USA) the authors propose a number of hypotheses which require further discussion and confirmation. The first hypothesis is related to the influence of the size of a condominium (number of apartments, floors and porches) on the refusal of owners to participate in general meetings. The second hypothesis involves the use of such an adaptive model as Beyond Budgeting (the twelve principles of which were formulated by Hope J. and Fraser P.) in the management of condominiums in order to circumvent the current restrictions on the housing and communal services market in Russia.


Keywords: urban sociology, sociology of housing, condominium, shared property, general meeting, beyond budgeting

 

 

 doi   10.2991/aebmr.k.200324.039     eLIBRARY 42693833      PDF  Read article

Annotation. One of the areas of business activity in the housing and communal services market in Russia is condominium management. Managing organizations annually face diffi-culties in changing the amount of fees for the maintenance and repair of shared prop-erty in view of the fact that consumers determine the volume and cost of services in the condominium management market, and the government actually regulates their quality regardless of the budget for managing a single apartment building.

 

Keywords: housing and communal services, condominium, managing organization, shared property, general meeting

 

 

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condominium management under conditions of DETERMINING THE COST OF WORKS AND SERVICES BY THE CONSUMER
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results of the beyond budgeting principles implementation in the management of condominiums

Annotation. The article discusses the principles of Beyond Budgeting proposed by J. Hope and R. Fraser and analyzes the main results of their application (reduction of receivables and payables, reduction in the number of inspections of control and oversight bodies and fines) in the management of condominiums of the Management Organization “Mayak”, LLC in the city of Novosibirsk for the period 2016–2018.

 

Keywords: condominium, management company, Beyond Budgeting

 

 

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CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL STANDARDS OF HOUSING LEGISLATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Annotation. The Constitution is the main law of the country, which has the highest legal force. The article deals with the constitutional and legal norms regulating housing relations in the Russian Federation. A comparative analysis of the relevant norms of the Constitution of the Russian Federation in 1993 and 2020, as well as the Constitution of the USSR is given. Particular attention is paid to the unedited amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation in 2020 to limit the maximum amount of payments for housing and communal services. Failure to adopt such an amendment will contribute to a further increase in household debt for housing and communal services. The study was conducted on the basis of data from the Federal state statistics service of the Russian Federation, as well as officially published legal acts.

 

Keywords: Russian Federation, USSR, constitution, main law, constitutional and legal norms, housing, housing law

 

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Annotation. The article discusses the legal, socio-economic, as well as cultural prerequisites and consequences of the adoption of Federal Law No. 145-FZ dated April 24, 2020, which approved restrictions on the retail sale of alcohol in the premises of an apartment building and in the adjacent territory. A contradiction was revealed between the tasks of housing and communal reform in Russia, the norms of housing legislation and the provisions of 145-FZ. It is concluded that the consequences will affect not only residents of apartment buildings, but also all industry participants - manufacturers, sellers and primarily low-alcohol products consumers (in particular craft beer) as well as beer tourists.

 

Keywords: housing legislation, alcohol trade, low-alcohol products, craft beer, apartment building, homeowners

 

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BACKGROUND AND CONSEQUENCES OF RESTRICTIONS ON THE RETAIL SALE OF ALCOHOL IN APARTMENT BUILDINGS IN RUSSIA
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CONFLICT ENVIRONMENT OF A CONDOMINIUM: 
SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF ADOPTION A FEDERAL LAW No. 462-FZ

Annotation. The adoption of almost any federal law in the Russian Federation has its own socio-cultural consequences, regardless of its approval by civil society. The consequences of the adoption on December 29, 2017 of a Federal Law No. 462-FZ were quite controversial – and require further study by specialists in the field of law, as well as in the field of social conflicts.

 

Keywords: housing sociology, housing law, condominium, social conflict, social model of disability

 

 

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Condominium residents as a social multitude

Annotation. One of the trends in modern urbanization is the active development of condominiums in urban spaces. The article proposes an approach to the study of condominium residents as a social multitude, the basis of cohesion of which in Russia is shared property, on the use and maintenance of which the owners together show their electoral will at general meetings.

 

Keywords: urban sociology, sociology of housing, condominium, social multitude, shared property, general meeting

 

 

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condominiums as humant hills in the DISCOURSE OF SOCIOLOGY

Annotation. One of the processes of modern urbanization is the active development of urban spaces by high-rise condominiums, which in the Russian media have been defined as “human anthill” with clearly negative connotations. Such definition is not correct from the perspective of sociology of Zinoviev A. A., author of this term.

 

Keywords: sociology of housing, condominium, human anthill,  Zinoviev

 

 

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Annotation. The article provides a brief overview of the views and theoretical approaches in the works “The System of Objects” (“Le système des objets”), “The Consumer Society” (“La société de consommation”), “Symbolic Exchange and Death” (“L’échange symbolique et la mort”), “Simulacra and Simulation” (“Simulacres et simulation”) of the French sociologist and postmodern philosopher J. Baudrillard to the study of processes and phenomena that are in the subject area of special field of sociological knowledge – sociology of housing. The critical and often radical reflections of J. Baudrillard about the house and family, the second and third dwellings, the role of things and animals in the home environment, the relationship of home and car, the dichotomy of the home and private, etc. which make a significant contribution to understanding the phenomena and processes occurring in a contemporary urbanized postmodern society were analyzed.

 

Keywords: sociology of housing, dwelling, real estate, home furnishings, the system of objects, pets, Jean Baudrillard

 

 

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SOCIOLOGY OF HOUSING OF JEAN BAUDRILLARD
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Annotation. The article puts forward a hypothesis about the influence of the size of a condominium (the number of entrances, floors and apartments) on the participation of property owners in general meetings in Russia, based on the results of the study “Dormitory Density and Helping Behavior”, conducted by L. Bickman and A. Teger, as well as on the research results “Co-evolution of neocortex size, group size and language in humans”, conducted by R. Dunbar.

 

Keywords: sociology of housing, condominium, general meeting, helping behavior, Dunbar’s number

 

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CONDOS IN RUSSIA:
THE MORE CROWDED, THE MORE IRRESPONSIBLE
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