(PLO)- From January 1, 2023, when buying electricity for daily life, the buyer is not required to have a copy of the household registration book or temporary residence book.
With the removal of the household registration book from January 1, 2023, many related regulations have been adjusted. Including regulations on electricity trading for domestic purposes.
Currently, Article 11 of Decree 137/2013 stipulates that the conditions for signing electricity purchase and sale contracts for daily-life purposes for electricity buyers are to have full civil act capacity as prescribed by law and have a written request for electricity purchase enclosed with a copy of one of the following papers: permanent residence, or temporary residence book; house ownership certificate or housing division decision; valid house sale and purchase contract; house-rental contracts with a term of 01 year or more; certificate of land use right (on land with houses); notarized or authenticated house management and use authorization contract.
However, from January 1, 2023, according to Decree 104/2022, the electricity buyer does not need to prepare a household registration book/temporary residence book, but only needs to have the buyer’s residence information (ie on the data system) at the point of purchase (ie on the data system) or documents proving the ownership, management and use of electricity to sign the electricity purchase and sale contract.
Adjustment of regulations on purchasing electricity for daily life after removing the household registration book. Illustration: A.HIEN
In addition, Decree 104 also adds regulations on the application for registration of electricity purchase for daily-life purposes of the electricity buyer in paper form or in electronic data, including: Request for electricity purchase and one of the following papers and documents:
(1) Citizen’s identity card, people’s identity card, certificate of residence information, notice of personal identification number and citizen information in the National Population Database of the individual representative of the electricity purchaser.
At a place where electricity purchase is registered, the electricity purchaser being a household may only sign one contract.
(2) In case the household’s residence information is not used at the electricity purchase location, the electricity purchaser shall provide a copy of one of the following papers: certificate of house ownership; certificate of land use right (on land with houses); house division decision; home sales contract; a house lease contract with a term of 1 year or more or other papers proving the ownership, management and use of the electricity purchase location with a term of 1 year or more to register for electricity purchase and only 1 Contract may be signed.”