You will need
  • - writ of execution;
  • - statement to the accounting Department;
  • - a statement to the court bailiffs service;
  • - postal order;
  • - Bank transfer.
If you are awarded to pay the debt, you can do this by transferring the entire amount in a single payment at the expense of the plaintiff. This type of execution of the judgment must be paid by Bank or postal transfer, to confirm the transfers in the form of a receipt. If you transfer the debt to the plaintiff from hand to hand, get a written receipt showing the entire amount and date of repayment.
The second variant of execution of the judgment. Please contact the accounting Department at the place of work a statement, please present the original and a photocopy of the writ, specify the Bank account number and home address of plaintiff. You will have to make monthly deductions from salaries and make payments to the plaintiff.
In case you do not have a permanent job or your income is irregular, you can do a monthly transfer postal order or Bank transfer to the account of the plaintiff. Minimum amount transfers must be specified in the writ. This can be a flat amount or a percentage of the minimum wage, which acts in the country at the time of payment under the claim.
The plaintiff has the right to apply to the court bailiffs, if within two months after the ruling of the court funds to his account received. Also, the plaintiff has the right to appeal personally on your business accounting and apply for debt collection, presenting the original and a photocopy of the writ. If you have a Bank account, based on the application of the plaintiff filed a writ of execution, the account may be seized to repay the amounts owed by court order.
In the absence of work, Bank accounts and personal transfers by court order, the bailiff has the right to make an inventory of your existing property with the subsequent realization in repayment of the debt. If any property you have, you will be arrested for performing administrative work until full repayment of the entire amount of debt.