Vacation and Postponement Periods Suspending the Enforcement Proceedings
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Vacation and Postponement Periods Suspending the Enforcement Proceedings

In order to protect the debtor during the enforcement proceedings, vacation and postponement cases are envisaged. In the presence of vacation and postponement reasons, enforcement proceedings cannot be carried out against the debtor. Since it is counted as vacation hours and days, the enforcement proceedings may not be carried out, and there are also reasons...

Application for Complaint in Enforcement Law
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Application for Complaint in Enforcement Law

The persons concerned can apply to the enforcement court with an application for complaint, against the transactions made by the enforcement or bankruptcy bodies against the law or inconsistent with the concrete case. A complaint is a kind of legal application pertaining to enforcement law. This application, which is not technically accepted as a lawsuit...

Objection to the Signature on the Bill
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Objection to the Signature on the Bill

The person to whom the payment order has been served may not want to pay the debt included in the payment order for any reason. For example, if the debtor thinks that the debt does not belong to him/her, if he/her thinks that the signature on the bill communicated to him/her with the payment order...

Objection to be Made if the Objection Period  to the Payment Order Has Been Missed (Delayed Objection)
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Objection to be Made if the Objection Period to the Payment Order Has Been Missed (Delayed Objection)

In enforcement law, the objection period to the payment order in the general enforcement proceedings without a judgment has been determined as 7 days from the notification of the payment order. This period is clear and final, and objections made after 7 days will not be considered. However, in the presence of certain conditions, objections...

How are the Pecuniary Claims Collected?
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How are the Pecuniary Claims Collected?

The debts arising from the law or contracts are willy, in other words, with the debtor’s own consent, paid by the debtor to the creditor. Although this is what should happen, debtors may not always pay their debts on time of their own will.  In such cases, creditors will have to take action to collect...

Collateral in Provisional Attachment
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Collateral in Provisional Attachment

The provisional attachment is the process of temporarily seizing the property and rights of the debtor, at the request of the creditor, in order to guarantee the debtor’s payment of money debt. If the creditor files a lawsuit or initiates an enforcement proceeding in order to obtain the right to claim, he/she may request the...

How to Get Back the Paid Money While the Negative Declaratory Action is Continuing?
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How to Get Back the Paid Money While the Negative Declaratory Action is Continuing?

The person, who is requested to pay debts by issuing an enforcement proceeding, can file a negative declaratory action against the execution proceeding if he/she thinks that he/she is not indebted. In this case, as a rule, both litigation and enforcement proceedings continue at the same time, and mostly, enforcement proceedings are concluded earlier than...