Problems of Common Property Management in the Housing Sector
Aigul A. Guseinova1, Albina N. Afanasyeva2
1Aigul A. Guseinova, Kazan Federal University, Kremliovskaya str., Kazan, Russia.
2Albina N. Afanasyeva, Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering, Zelenaya str., Kazan, Russia
Manuscript received on September 23, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on October 15, 2019. | Manuscript published on October 30, 2019. | PP: 7433-7436 | Volume-9 Issue-1, October 2019 | Retrieval Number: A31090109119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.A3109.109119
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Abstract: The main specifics of the implementation of the right of common property today is determined by the collective nature of the creation and sale of property, and not by the feature of the property subject (divisibility or indivisibility of property). Accordingly, in order to implement the collective feature of common property, people shall unite, creating self-government organizations. There are judgments about the organization, which are often identified with the term “system”, in the educational and scientific literature. Such an establishment of the system concept is more general than the term of organization. The ideas about the organizations created by people to manage common property are the most complex. Self-government is the main type of activity that allows for the fair distribution of the good and the burden of common property among participants in common property. It is this process that shall be designed and implemented as self-government, so that all conditions are sufficient for the collective to achieve common property and satisfy personal needs of each of them using common power. As a result, it is necessary to create a self-government organization to implement common property. The emergence (creation) of such an organization is the first necessary condition for the implementation of common property. If an organization is not created from among all participants in the common property, then the common property cannot be implemented. Thus, in this article, model representations of the simplest self-government organization will be introduced, which are necessary to solve the problems of decision-making and the implementation of common property.
Keywords: Common property, Organization, Self-government, Model, Property rights.