Defaulters and debtors are not released abroad

Since February 1, bailiffs will be able to initiate criminal prosecution of defaulters alimony or bank debtors. However, the Federal Bailiff Service will continue to apply the already-established practice to be effective ban on travel abroad in respect of debtors.

In FSSP advised citizens to advance their local branches of service: there will be pay claims and to lift restrictions on travel. Kommersant wrote that the innovations associated with the adoption of amendments to the Law on Executive Procedure and Criminal Procedure Code. The four articles of the Criminal Code, which previously debtors could be held criminally responsible, to add two more: 157 ( “Willful failure to pay maintenance for the children or disabled parents) and 177 (” Willful evasion of payment of accounts payable)

15 December 2007 | bailiff, deadbeat, debtor, effectiveness, exit, february, practice, prosecution, service

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