A residence permit confirms the citizen's right to a dwelling. If you lose the right to live in an apartment, there is no reason to be registered there. However, if a voluntarily registered person is not discharged, you will have to go to court. The decision of the court on the recognition that the person has lost the right to the apartment is the basis for the discharge of a person from the apartment.
Determine the jurisdiction of the dispute. Such cases are considered by the district court at the address of the location of the apartment.
Determine the grounds for the loss of the right to use the apartment: - the defendant has never actually moved in or lived in the disputed apartment;
- the defendant left for another permanent place of residence.
Collect evidence in the case: the citizen does not live, does not pay utility bills, lives at a different address, has a different dwelling, has never moved into an apartment where it is stated that his registration was temporary (for example, an agreement with the owner about the time of residence) …
Fill out a statement of claim, pay the state fee.
We point out to the court that the defendant's place of residence is unknown, but is registered in your apartment. In this case, the court appoints a lawyer to participate in the case.
After the entry into force of the court decision, receive a writ of execution.
Contact your passport officer with an application for deregistration of a non-resident citizen and attach a court decision.