Earlier in the Family Code was written that the guardianship can give permission to sell a house or apartment, which belongs to including a child only if the child will remain eligible for housing.
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a) the mother and / or the child's father, who applied for a permit, are deprived of parental rights;
b) the court, the guardianship or the public prosecutor decided to take the child to parents without deprivation of parental rights;
c) The child lives in a dysfunctional family where the parents:
* Shirk responsibilities for the upbringing of children;
* Cruel and irresponsible to behave with the child;
* Exploit a child, forcing him to do the job, which is banned for that age, can cause injury or violate the learning process;
* Make a child to beg or wander;
* Are chronic alcoholics or drug addicts - if on the basis of these facts, there is a lawsuit for deprivation of parental rights.
d) a person who applied for a permit to sell the house, he gave false information about yourself;
e) the parents of the child is no agreement on the sale of property;
e) the child's parents are suing for housing.
Authorized the sale of real estate is given immediately after the inspection, which shall be held not more than a month.
To make these changes to take effect, the deputies must vote for the law on second reading.