C) based on a court decision.

Tests for ongoing monitoring and intermediate certification based on the results of mastering the discipline, as well as for monitoring the student’s independent work

Section 1:

Test 1

The subject of regulation of housing law is:

a) the totality of social relations associated with the provision of housing to citizens;

b) the totality of social relations, which received the name “housing relations” in the legislation and in the legal literature;

c) the totality of social relations associated with the construction of housing.

Test 2

The method of regulation of housing law is:

a) a method of regulating the procedure for the use of residential premises;

b) a method of regulating housing legal relations;

c) a method of regulating public relations specified in the Housing Code of the Russian Federation.

Test 3

What methods does housing law use as a complex branch of law?

a) borrowed from various branches of law ;

b) borrowed only from civil law;

c) borrowed only from administrative law;

Test 4

What is meant by the principles of housing law?

a) the guidelines expressed in the norms of housing legislation that determine the content and main principles of this industry;

b) the main ways, techniques and methods by which the legal regulation of housing law is carried out;

c) a set of rules governing relations regarding the use and operation of the housing stock.

Test 5

On what grounds can the principle of inviolability of the home be restricted?

a) a decision of a public authority;

b) in cases directly established by law or on the basis of a court decision;

c) in cases expressly established by the Decree of the President or the Decree of the Government.

Test 6

Housing law is:

a) sub-branch of civil law;

b) an independent branch of domestic law;

C) a complex industry that combines the norms of several branches of law.

Test 7

What is meant by housing law?

a) these are relations arising from the emergence, change and termination of the right to own, use and dispose of residential premises of the state and municipal housing stock;

b) these are normative acts of various levels, containing norms regulating housing relations;

c) this is a set of legal norms governing relations regarding the use and operation of the housing stock .

Test 8

What methods does housing law use as a complex branch of law?

a) borrowed from various branches of law;

b) borrowed only from civil law;

c) borrowed only from administrative law.

Section 2:

Test 1

There are two types of sources of housing law:

a) RF LC and other federal laws issued in accordance with it;

b) federal laws and regulatory legal acts of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation;

c) federal laws.

Test 2

Under the analogy of the law is understood:

a) application to the relevant relationship of the law governing similar relationships;

b) application to the relevant relation of the general principles and meaning of housing legislation, taking into account the requirements of good faith, humanity, reasonableness and justice;

c) the application to the corresponding relationship of the law adopted after the emergence of this relationship.

Test 3

Who is in charge of the housing legislation of the Russian Federation?

a) under the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation;

b) under the joint jurisdiction of the Russian Federation and the constituent entities of the Russian Federation;

c) under the jurisdiction of the subjects of the Russian Federation.

Test 4

Which of the following powers is within the competence of local governments in the field of housing relations?

a) determining the procedure for providing low-income citizens under social rental agreements with residential premises of the municipal housing stock;

b) determining the procedure for local self-government bodies to keep records of citizens as those in need of residential premises provided under social rental agreements;

C) maintaining, in the prescribed manner, records of citizens in need of residential premises provided under social employment contracts

Test 5

The totality of sources of housing law is covered by the concept …

a) “housing law”;

b) “housing code”;

c) “housing legislation”;

d) “housing law”;

e) “housing relations”.

Test 6

The Housing Code of the Russian Federation No. 188-FZ came into force:

a) in 2004;

b) in 2005;

c) in 2006;

d) has not yet entered into force;

e) will come into effect in 2007.

Test 7

According to Federal Law No. 188-FZ of December 29, 2004 “On Enactment of the Housing Code of the Russian Federation”, housing or housing-construction cooperatives in which all their members have made full share contributions for the residential premises provided by this cooperative are subject to transformation into a homeowners association or liquidation before January 1:

a) 2005;

b) 2006;

c) 2007 ;

d) 2008;

e) 2009

Test 8

Housing legislation in its entirety form:

a) normative legal acts containing norms of housing law;

b) federal laws and laws of subjects of the Russian Federation;

c) federal laws, laws of subjects, acts of representative bodies of local self-government.

Test 9

In which article of the Constitution of the Russian Federation is the provision on the joint administration of the housing legislation of the Russian Federation and the constituent entities of the Russian Federation fixed?

a) in Article 40 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation;

b) in article 72 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation ;

c) in Article 35 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation.

Section 3:

Test 1

What normative act enshrined the right of citizens of the Russian Federation to housing?

a) in the Housing Code of the Russian Federation;

b) in the Constitution of the Russian Federation ;

c) in the Civil Code of the Russian Federation.

Test 2

What does the right of citizens to housing mean?

a) have the opportunity to freely own, use and dispose of a dwelling owned by a citizen;

b) be able to be provided with housing, stable use of housing and the inviolability of housing;

c) have the rights and obligations for the use of residential premises provided under a social tenancy agreement.

Test 3

Which of the following theses is formulated and enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

a) everyone has the right to freedom of movement and choice of residence;

b) the inviolability of the home;

c) everyone has the right to a decent standard of living, including housing.

Test 4

What type of guarantees is the guarantee of providing citizens with benefits, compensations and subsidies for paying for housing and utilities?

a) to general guarantees ;

b) special (legal) guarantees;

c) to political guarantees.

Test 5

Freedom to choose a place of residence means that everyone who is legally located on the territory of the Russian Federation has the right to:

a) conclude a contract of social employment;

b) conclude a lease agreement;

c) choose a place of residence ;

d) to acquire housing in the property;

e) to place industrial production in residential buildings.

Test 6

The Constitution of the Russian Federation (Article 25) provides for the possibility of limiting the inviolability of the home:

a) on the basis of a decision of an official;

b) based on the sanctions of the prosecutor;

c) on the basis of a court decision.

Test 7

On what grounds can the principle of inviolability of the home be restricted?

a) by decision of a public authority;

b) in cases directly established by law or on the basis of a court decision;

c) in cases directly established by the Decree of the President or the Decree of the Government.

Section 4:

Test 1

What is the object of housing rights?

a) residential and non-residential premises;

b) living quarters;

c) non-residential premises.

Test 2

What is meant by housing?

a) this is a building suitable for permanent residence of citizens

b) this is a room suitable for permanent residence of citizens and meeting the established sanitary and technical requirements

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