If representatives of the TCC arbitrarily entered the residence, the owner has the right to write a statement about illegal entry into private territory.
After the appearance of a scandalous video, which appears to be representatives of the Military Commissariat of one of the districts of the Khmelnytskyi region, who broke into the house of a conscriptthe lawyer explained whether such actions are permitted by law.
As it turned out, the current legislation interprets such actions unequivocally as illegal.
About it in the comments for TSN.ua said the lawyer Rostislav Kravets.
“The law says that TCC representatives had no right to enter the house. In fact, they broke the law. They can enter the premises only by court order. Their actions can be considered as illegal entry into housing“, – says Rostislav Kravets.
He adds that law enforcement agencies have the right to enter a home without a court order if there is a threat to life or if there has been a challenge.
“But this concerns law enforcement officers, not representatives of the military commissariat. That is, there is an excess of power and official authority. The home owner can apply to the law enforcement authorities with a statement,” the lawyer clarified.
Khmelnytskyi Oblast police spokeswoman Inna Gleha clarified that law enforcement officers have seen the above-mentioned video and are currently verifying the stated facts.
His own Khmelnytskyi regional procurement center also carries out the inspection. This was reported by the press service of this TCC in a comment for TSN.ua.
At the same time, a lively discussion about the visit of TCC representatives took place on the page of the alleged author of the video. One of the contributors called him a sofa hero, another user came to his defense and wrote that the guy currently has two brothers fighting.
It was previously reported that whether the TCC will abandon the practice of “roundups” on the street.