After the controversy over the large-scale charter fraud, the government and the National Assembly are pouring out bills to prevent such damage.
Our coverage team analyzed all related bills from those proposed in the past, but there were many cases where important bills were caught in the National Assembly or left in indifference.
The damage could have been prevented long ago.
This is reporter Jung Ban-seok's exclusive report.
In September of last year, when charter fraud damages broke out one after another, the government announced that it would disclose a list of malicious lessors.
[Won Hee-ryong/Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (September 1 of last year): We will build a self-diagnosis safety charter application so that tenants can grasp essential information at a glance, such as a list of malicious landlords, and release it in January.]
This app will be released next week It's going to be, but I can't put it in the list.
It's because we haven't been able to prepare the basis law.
The related bill has already been issued in the last 2021 years.
However, at the subcommittee of the National Land and Infrastructure Committee held three weeks after the announcement of the government's countermeasures, a member of the ruling party, a former official from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, objected, saying, "Is there any effectiveness?"
The bill ultimately failed to pass even the so-called.
[Victim of charter fraud (last 10th, government meeting): (Villa Wang) continued to sell houses and sign lease contracts as a rental business even though he violated the law.
Why couldn't the country stop this?
Did you not understand?]
As a result of a complete analysis of 236 cases of charter-related amendments proposed by the 20th and 21st National Assembly, 77 cases were related to charter fraud.
A 2016 bill requiring tenants to be notified when landlords change and to terminate contracts if they do not agree.
It is a key measure to prevent the president of the pants, but it was automatically discarded as the 20th National Assembly ended.
Government measures are often a rehash of past legislation.
The amendment to the Housing Lease Protection Act, recently announced by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, requires tenants to respond to requests from landlords for information such as tax arrears unless there is a justifiable reason.
It is a necessary bill to prevent damage before contracting, and as it turns out, a bill with the same content was proposed in April 2019, but it was not even submitted to the standing committee.
Of the 77 bills related to charter fraud, 17 were scrapped due to the expiration of their terms, and 48 are pending in the standing committee.
While the legislative function of the National Assembly did not function properly, the damage from charter fraud increased like a snowball.
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