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Thirty-Four Families Might Lose their Homes

The inhabitants of Lermontovi Street 14 in Batumi ask the government to pay attention to them. Their 12-storey residential building has been damaged due to the construction in the yard of Lermontovi Street 14.

The residential house was built in 1972. The inhabitants were warned against launching any constructions within the distance of 12 meters. “Due to amendments to the law the Public Registration Agency assigned only 2, 5 meters of plot around the building on us. As a result of the construction stairs are damaged, the walls are cracked and the yard is dug up. Our property rights are violated,” say the inhabitants of 14 Lermontovi Street.

Building Company “Gumbati 1” is constructing a building to the left of the residential house and “Polisi 2008” is constructing behind it.

Representatives of Supervision Department of the Batumi City Hall consider the problem as the conflict between the neighbors and it is up to the law enforcers to resolve it: “The construction warrants were issued by the Architectural Department of the Batumi City Hall. Therefore, the Supervision Department of the City Hall is authorized only to monitor the activities of building companies planned within the project.”

Maka Malakmadze, Batumi

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