The owner of a campsite from Sochi applied for protection of property rights :: News
The owner of the Astra campsite from Sochi, Galina Maryanova, applied for protection of property rights to the Association of Lawyers of Russia for Human Rights.
The Association clarified that the entrepreneur complained about the refusal of local authorities to register the land plot under the campsite as her property after more than 15 years of work.
Galina Maryanova complains that she is constantly being sued, demanding that buildings be removed from the campsite, which at the end of the 2000s, the local authorities themselves allocated and promised to formalize ownership over time in exchange for cleaning up the beach and the former roadside dump.
By the time Galina Maryanova appealed to the human rights activists of the Association of Lawyers of Russia for Human Rights, Galina Maryanova experienced almost all types of pressure aimed at depriving her of her business: the owner of the campsite was beaten, the administration building of the campsite was shelled, barriers were put up, as a result of which campers entered her territory having already paid money for camping to third parties.
Galina Maryanova recorded an appeal to the President of the Russian Federation and journalists with a request to help protect her enterprise from constant attempts to seize it.
Today, May 12, in the Lazarevsky District Court of Sochi, a regular court hearing will be held with an attempt to evict the campsite from the territory allocated by the local authorities for organizing recreation for tourists from the Krasnodar Territory.
The Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights has taken the situation of Galina Maryanova under public control and will monitor the development of the situation.