The Ukrainians were in slavery to utility monopolies
Recently entered into force a new law on housing and communal services (HCS), spelled out mostly in favor of the monopolists — suppliers of utility services, which puts all the financial burden of home maintenance, capital repairs directly on residents, according to Wave.
The author of the law the Deputy of the “Samopomich” Alyona Babak.
State all the problems with the utility industry throws on the Ukrainian family, and monopolists will make a net profit. Hence the introduction of a new additional payment of a license fee that everyone must pay even if you do not use a certain service.
And the introduction of penalties issued unilaterally. That is, if the consumer delays the payment of utilities at least for a day, he must pay a penalty of 0.01% for each day of delay.
But if the monopoly provides poor service or bad time will start the heating season, it is the consumer did not have to. Theoretical liability is documented, but in practice to recover the money from him would be impossible. Although in reality both parties to the agreement should bear equal responsibility for the failure to comply with the terms of the agreement.
One of the pitfalls of the law on housing is that the monopoly received the unilateral right without a court to disconnect the consumer from the provision of services.
Moreover, if debt will exceed 84 000 UAH, the supplier shall be entitled to describe the apartment and to seize forcibly the property of the consumer. But the Civil Code provides for the possibility to evict people from housing for public debt.
It is possible that the people after you may be forced to conclude agreements with more violent terms, threatening to stop the supply of the services. Given that we have a monopoly on most public services, the consumer cannot turn to another supplier. So in fact, the Ukrainians were in slavery to utility monopolies.
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