The state Duma approved the law on credit holidays for citizens and small businesses due to coronavirus. You can use the right until September 30, but only if the income for the previous month is 30% or more lower than the average monthly income of the previous year.
During the “vacation” period, it is not allowed to charge a penalty (fine, penalty fee), submit a claim for early performance of obligations, foreclose on the subject of collateral or mortgage, or make a claim to the guarantor.
However, during this period, the borrower has the right to repay the loan ahead of schedule at any time. The draft law on granting credit “holidays” to citizens affected by coronavirus was prepared on behalf of Russian President Vladimir Putin and submitted to the state Duma on March 31.
According to the head of the Duma’s profile Committee, Anatoly Aksakov, it provides for deferrals on loans for individuals, citizens, sole proprietors and small businesses from the industries that have been most affected by the pandemic.
On March 25, Russian President Vladimir Putin, during his address to the nation over the situation with coronavirus, presented a number of measures that should support Russian business now.
In particular, the leader offered small and medium-sized businesses a tax deferral. VAT and insurance premiums will be an exception. In addition, he called for a six-month moratorium on filing for bankruptcy of companies from industries that are in a difficult situation due to the coronavirus.
An outbreak of COVID-19, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, occurred in Wuhan, China in late December. Outside of China, the disease has been diagnosed in patients in more than 190 countries. On March 11, who declared a coronavirus pandemic.
According to Worldometer on April 1, more than 860 thousand people were infected in the world, and 42.3 thousand died.
According to the operational headquarters, the number of people infected with coronavirus in Russia reached 2777, 190 patients recovered, and 24 died.
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