Enforcement Proceedings by Foreclosure of Mortgage
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Enforcement Proceedings by Foreclosure of Mortgage

One of the methods of securing the right to claim is the establishment of a pledge on tangible goods or rights to claim. Mortgage is also a kind of lien on immovable property. If the debtor does not pay the debt, the creditor collects the  receivables by selling the pledged property. In this respect, the...

Is it Possible to Suspend or Postpone the Enforcement Proceeding With Judgement?
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Is it Possible to Suspend or Postpone the Enforcement Proceeding With Judgement?

The debtor has a number of opportunities to halt the enforcement proceedings that have started, to prevent the proceeding and the attachment on the assets. The debtor objects to the payment order in order to halt an enforcement proceeding that has started as a enforcement proceeding ”WITHOUT JUDGEMENT”. With the objection made by the debtor,...

Enforcement Notices And Inadequacy of Notice
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Enforcement Notices And Inadequacy of Notice

A notification is made by the competent authorities in writing or through an announcement, in order to inform the relevant person of the legal proceedings. In this way, it is ensured that the person who is the addressee of the legal action has information about the action and takes the necessary actions. In order for...

A Way of Continuing the Execution Proceedings Suspended by the Objection of the Borrower: Annulment of the Objection
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A Way of Continuing the Execution Proceedings Suspended by the Objection of the Borrower: Annulment of the Objection

Enforcement proceedings without judgment begin when the creditor claims to be a creditor from a person by applying to the enforcement office. Moreover, the creditor does not even need to have any documents in order to initiate enforcement proceedings. It is possible to initiate enforcement proceedings without judgment against the person whom the creditor claims...

The Difference Between Actions for Annulment of Disposition and Action for Nullity Filed for Collusion
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The Difference Between Actions for Annulment of Disposition and Action for Nullity Filed for Collusion

Actions for annulment of disposition and Action for Nullity Filed for Collusion can be confused with each other due to their verbal connotations and, in some cases, the basis of a collusive transaction. In practice, it is common for one of these lawsuits to be filed where the other one should be filed. In this...

Objection to the Provisional Attachment
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Objection to the Provisional Attachment

The provisional attachment decision is a type of temporary legal protection aimed at ensuring that the creditor regains the receivables. When a provisional attachment  decision is made, the debtor’s property is temporarily confiscated. The court may decide on the provisional attachment upon the request of the creditor. The court may listen to the debtor party...

Provisional Attachment Decision
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Provisional Attachment Decision

In order to legally ensure the payment of a money claim, the creditor must apply either to the enforcement office or to the court. The creditor applying to the enforcement office may initiate an enforcement proceeding and ask the debtor to pay the debt. The creditor also has the right to apply to the court...