In Russian passports, stamps for marriage registration and for children under 14 years old will be placed at will. About it reported in the corresponding resolution signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
According to the document, now information on the conclusion and dissolution of marriage, children under 14 years old, previously issued passports, existing passports, TIN, blood group and Rh factor will be provided at will.
We are talking about marks on the registration of a citizen at the place of residence and deregistration, as well as on the attitude towards military service of adult citizens. Previously, only stamps on the Rh factor of blood and taxpayer identification number (TIN) were optional.
Such a relaxation can affect numerous areas of life, including real estate transactions, experts said in a conversation with Life.ru. According to the lawyer of the Interregional Collegium of Moscow Dmitry Shagin, when buying or selling housing, the buyer risks nothing. According to article 35 of the Family Code, the second spouse can challenge and cancel the transaction. In this case, the buyer will have to sue the seller to get the money back.
“A stamp on marriage or divorce is one of the signals that you need the consent of the second person to the deal,” Shagin said.
In turn, Zalimkhan Magomedov, senior lawyer of the European House of Law, expressed the opinion that the mechanism for the rapid exchange of information on the marital status of citizens has not yet been debugged between the departments.
Earlier, the authorities reduced the time required for issuing a Russian passport several times. According to the new decree, signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, the document will be drawn up no more than five working days. It does not matter whether the person applied at the place of residence or at the place of stay. Currently, the period for issuing a passport is 10 days if the documents are submitted at the place of residence, and 30 days in all other cases.
In addition, the government has extended the term of Russian passports, which are subject to replacement at the age of 20 and 45, to 90 days.