The phenomenon of machers is a widespread phenomenon in the transactions of urban renewal, and therefore the legislator is also required to address this issue and a bill was written specifically to deal with the subject - "the law of the organizers of the transactions." The law is designed to deal with cases in which various parties sign apartment owners to carry out an evacuation-construction deal, so that the agreement includes a commitment that the owners of the apartments will communicate in the future with an entrepreneur chosen by the organizer. In return for this undertaking of the apartment owners, the organizer undertakes to raise the agreements of the other apartment owners to the transaction.
As detailed in the previous articles, the bill cuts the restriction of the tenants to the organizers of the signatures for maximum periods, in accordance with the proven activities of the organizer: so that if nothing is done to promote the project, the agreement will expire after 6 months. If the organizer calls 50% of apartment owners in a building of up to 16 apartments, or with at least 40% in a building with more than 17 apartments, the agreement will expire after 18 months. If the organizer has contacted at least two thirds of apartment owners in a joint building or initiated an evacuation-construction deal with at least 50% of the apartment owners in a condominium with a maximum of 16 apartments or at least 40% of the apartment owners with 17 apartments or more Agreements, the validity of an agreement shall expire only at the end of two years. If a plan (relating to the demolition of the old building and the construction of a new building) has been submitted and registered in a planning institution, the agreement will expire after 4 years from the day the program was received. If a plan is submitted for objections, the agreement will expire after 5 years from the day the plan was received by the planning institution.
The bill was due to be discussed by the Knesset's Reform Committee on January 30, but was dropped from the agenda in the 90th minute after committee chairman MK Eli Cohen left the committee in favor of his term as economic minister. Today, it is not known when the bill will be discussed by the committee, and it appears that it has dropped out of the chapter for the foreseeable future.