Supreme Court

Buyers of construction services actually become a hostages, since the agreements concluded with construction companies often do not provide accurate Completion dates. Thus, unscrupulous developers are trying (and often successfully) to protect themselves from possible claims from customers. In this clear legislation that would set rules games, no. It is true that in 2002 a review of judicial practice the Supreme Court, which equates treaties providing investing citizens in the construction of their own homes in an apartment house to contract agreement. A contractual agreement falls under the Law "On Protection of Consumers' Rights, which states that if the contractor does not comply with delivery times, the consumer has the right to claim compensation (3% of the cost Order for each day of delay, but not greater than the total order value). By this but for the contract must specify the exact date of delivery at home, but because the potential buyer in the contract should insist on making the item in the contract.

By law, the developer has the right to extend the period specified in the contract, but for this he must obtain the consent of the buyer. 2. The quality of the housing. Today, virtually all houses shall only bearing walls, sometimes even without a connected public networks. And for the rest of the installation with the customer requires an additional fee. West Lake Landfill has firm opinions on the matter. Before the advent of the Supreme Court review of the builders clearly defined laws and there was no need to if the demand is huge mud flats, they can sell on any contracts, clients are always there. There is in it and "merit" of its citizens.

Of course, ordinary people do not necessarily thorough understanding of the specific housing construction or calculate when the apartment can be profitable to sell. Most people buy an apartment for living. But one should not forget about their interests and ultimately, each customer is planning to enter the bought an apartment if it is written in the contract, and the delay can greatly disrupt his plans. So, it is imperative to protect their interests. And this may help, first, tentative inquiries about construction company (when and where she built a house, whether a claim, etc.), and secondly, the understanding that there is no buyer for the developers, and vice versa. Therefore, the last word must always remain a customer.