However, it is “unprofitable” to pay the state fee based on the market value of the object. The size of the state duty is large.
It is much more convenient to pay the state fee on the basis of the inventory value of the real estate object (apartment, house, room, etc.).
The inventory value refers to the replacement value of the object, taking into account depreciation and price growth for construction products, works and services (clause 3 of the Instruction of the RF Ministry of Taxes and Duties of 02.11.1999 No. 54 “On the application of the Law of the Russian Federation “On Personal Property Taxes”).
From January 1, 2013 in the state real estate cadaster there is no information about the inventory value of real estate objects.
However, information on the inventory value can be obtained from organizations carrying out technical inventory.
In each region and city they can be their own.
For example, in Yekaterinburg, most of the objects have been inventoried by EMUP “Bureau of Technical Inventory”, which currently issues certificates of registration of the object and its inventory value. For details, see the EMUP BTI website at this link.
Assessment of land plots when filing a claim on the division of property of spouses (except land)
Once again I will quote paragraph 9 of Part 1 of Art. 91 Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation: for claims on the right of ownership of an immovable property owned by a citizen on the right of ownership, the price of a claim is determined based on the value of the object, but not lower than its inventory estimate or, in the absence thereof, not lower than the estimate of the value of the object under the insurance contract, on the object real estate owned by the organization – not lower than the balance sheet valuation of the object.
You can pay a state fee based on the market value of the land. But there is a better way.
In accordance with Part 2 of Art. 66 of the Land Code of the Russian Federation, in order to establish the cadastral value of land plots, a state cadastral valuation of land is carried out, except for the cases specified in clause 3 of this article. State cadastral valuation of land is carried out in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation on valuation activities.
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Usually the cadastral value is less than the market value, although not always (see part 3 of article 66 of the Land Code of the Russian Federation). Therefore, when filing a claim on the division of property, it is possible to estimate the value of the land plot on the basis of the cadastral value of the land plot.
Assessment of the car and other movable property when filing a claim on the division of property of spouses
In relation to a car and other movable property (furniture, household appliances, cash on accounts and deposits in banks, etc.) when submitting a claim, the market value of the car and other movable property must be taken into account.
There are two options.
In the first case, a preliminary approximate assessment of the value of the property by the plaintiff is made, which is indicated in the statement of claim. The plaintiff approximately estimates how much a car can cost, etc., taking into account the prices of a new object, taking into account wear and tear, obsolescence, etc. In the second case, the appraisal will assess the property Plus, the appraiser estimates the property that the court, when dividing the property, will accept the evaluation report as evidence. It is most likely that (unless the defendant proves otherwise) the value of the property will be set at the rate indicated in the evaluation report. The disadvantage is that the services of an appraiser are payable, and with a large number of objects of appraisal, the cost of services of an appraiser can be significant.