Debt collection in the economic court
The need to collect debts is a common reason for going to the economic courts. The court hears cases involving the debts of both individuals and entities.
In our archive dozens of won cases on debt collection in court;
Our specialists are thoroughly aware of the current legislation and are ready to offer you qualified legal assistance;
Debt collection in the economic court on its own requires a lot of time and additional costs and at the same time does not guarantee a positive result. A competent lawyer will increase your chances of winning.
Law firm AGTL offers debt collection services in the economic court. Our specialists have extensive experience in arbitrage and are ready to provide professional legal assistance in the required amount: from filing a claim to representing the creditor (debtor) in court.
Our debt collection services in court include:
- Analysis of the client’s documents and the determination of prospects for the favorable completion of the case in court;
- Making a claim against the debtor with the justification of the debt and the amount of debt (before the start of the process);
- Preparation of documents for debt collection in the arbitration court;
- Representation in court;
- Appeal of the court’s decisions in the Appellate and Cassation courts;
- Accompanying the court’s decisions;
- Any legal advice on debt repayment.
Before the start of the trial, the plaintiff is obliged to produce a documentary proof of the debt and to present to the court evidence of contractual or non-contractual relations, as a result of which he was harmed. Debt collection in the economic court is based on the weight of the plaintiff’s evidence. Once the decision on the repayment of the debt has been made, the case is referred to the executive proceedings.
debt at first glance seems to be a simple matter. For many people it is a surprise that in the case of the transfer of the dispute to the court the fact of the debt must be proved in accordance with the law, and those things that the client considers obvious (“they have received the goods and have not paid, what else can we talk about here?”), for the court are not.
Problems can be hidden anywhere, in particular: in the incorrectly prescribed terms of the contract in terms of the term and order of payment; Errors in documenting the fact of the transfer of goods, work or service; In breaches of the terms of the contract by the client himself; in an incorrectly prepared claim, which the court may interpret as the parties agreeing changes to the treaty; in a premature appeal to the court, when, according to the terms of the contract, the debtor’s obligation to pay the debt has not yet arisen, etc.
Debt repayment is an unpleasant procedure for both the debtor and the creditor. Do not waste your time and effort on it – entrust the problem to a professional lawyer. Call AGTL Law Firm and we will help you!