Mechanism of compensation for damaged or destroyed housing


In 2022, Russia destroyed and damaged more than 149,000 residential buildings in Ukraine.

Obviously, most citizens cannot repair their homes on their own, let alone buy new ones.

For solving this acute problem, in February, the Verkhovna Rada passed the law “On Compensation for Damage and Destruction of Certain Categories of Real Estate as a Result of Hostilities, Terrorist Acts, and Sabotage Caused by the Military Aggression of the Russian Federation.” The law is currently awaiting the President’s signature.

Andriy Nedoshovenko, lawyer at LCF Law Group, helped the UNIAN News Agency to figure out the mechanism of compensation for damaged or destroyed housing.


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