The Supreme Court dismissed this extraordinary appeal.

The Supreme Court agreed with lower courts’ ruling and emphasized that the inheritance inventory could be replaced by a joint declaration of heirs only in cases, if a joint declaration of heirs is duly made in required procedural form during probate proceedings. In addition, the heirs shall jointly submit such declaration to court and suggest that such declaration shall be considered as the replacement of an inventory. And such replacement is possible only in cases, where the heirs are not in conflict. Further, the Supreme Court stressed that individuals are obliged to tolerate and allow access to their dwelling in case of inheritance inventory execution (carrying out inspection and making the inventory). These duties cannot be compared to search warrant execution in criminal proceedings. The Supreme Court summed up that the individuals, whose rights are interfered during making the inventory (e.g. they are owners of the particular real estate), have to be informally notified and called for appropriate cooperation.