It often happens that people take the time to give loans, make maintenance payments, pay receipts, or pay for the goods and services they previously bought. Sometimes this problem can be solved easily and easily, but there are times when you need to seek justice in court. And in this case, it becomes possible to collect the so-called claim against ID.
What is an identity card debt? This is the payment of loan debts, receipts or, if necessary, maintenance payments, even if the debtor knows nothing about it. It is issued in accordance with an executive document that can be issued in court.
What is an executive document?
This paper can only be issued to an applicant by a court. It is an official document that allows a collector to write off some funds from their account without a debtor’s knowledge. The enforcement order also gives the applicant the right to assert claims in court against the debtor.
Since this document is official, it can only be considered valid if it has been signed by a judge and has a special seal with the coat of arms of the judicial authority. In the event of the debtor becoming insolvent, the debt on the ID card can be repaid using his property. This means that the court has the right not only to arrest the Deadbeat property, but also to evaluate it and offer it for sale. At the same time, the collector has the choice: either part of the property is taken to settle the debt or money is taken from the sale.
How are debts paid back by ID?
Debt on ID allows repayment at regular intervals, usually once a month. This is very practical since the payer does not have to constantly remember the due date of the payment, but it is automatically repaid. The payment period is usually tied to a specific date, for example to receive a salary, a scholarship or a pension.
What else do you need to know about repaying ID debts?
You need to understand this from day one. With the issuance of the court order, the first period of the payment period begins. If the payer does not pay the required amount of money before the last business day of the current first period, he is violating the rights of the applicant. In this case, this is considered debt avoidance and can lead to serious consequences.
The identity card debt is usually paid in if the frequency plays an important role. It also happens that the creditor agrees to receive the claim in installments and the court can decide to issue a document to the collector.
To the collector: you won the debtor trial, what should you do next?
Even if you won and got the executive documents, that doesn’t mean that the debtor will definitely pay the debt. What should the re-entrant do to receive his statutory money?
If the debtor’s debt is less than 25 thousand dollars, then all official documents can be sent to the debtor’s employer. In the same case, if this amount is much higher, it is necessary to send the executive documents to the bailiff at the nonpayer’s place of residence. A declaration signed by the collector must be attached to the documents. The powers of the bailiff include the imposition of various sanctions and a ban on departure.
It is worth remembering that if the debt is paid out of the salary, the applicant receives money within three working days of the agreed date. So be prepared to receive the money later.