Order proceedings in court
The court proceedings are based on an application from the person concerned. In civil disputes, the protection of rights in the court of general jurisdiction implies a thorough knowledge of the existing legislation. The more carefully prepared the materials on the case, the better presented your position on the case, the more chances to win, miscalculations in defense can lead to serious financial troubles. For the risks to be minimal, you need professional protection of interests in court.
Professional support in court is based on the extensive jurisprudence of our lawyers;
Our work is based on the principles of complete confidentiality;
Our company employs professionals in various branches of law, allowing us to offer you solutions for a wide range of issues related to various disputes;
Each client is different for us. We do not use ready-made solutions, but we rely on solid experience gained over the years of practice.
Foreclosure on the basis of a court order
A court order is a special form of judgment issued by the court on the basis of the review of the claims.
A court order can be applied for by the person who owns the right of claim, as well as the authorities and persons who are legally given the right to go to court in the interests of others.
Requirements for which a court order can be issued
Ordering proceedings in court are carried out by court order. A court order may be issued if:
1) A requirement to recover the accrued but unpaid amount of wages and average earnings during the delay of the calculation has been stated;
2) A claim for compensation for the cost of tracing the defendant, debtor, child or the debtor’s vehicles has been made;
3) A demand for the collection of debts to pay for housing and utilities services has been declared. Telecommunications services. Television and radio services, taking into account the inflation index and 3 per cent per annum accrued by the claimant to the amount of debt;
4) A requirement for the recovery of alimony for one child – one quarter, for two children – one third, for three or more children – half of the earnings (income) of the child support payer, but no more than ten subsistence minimums for a child of the appropriate age for each child, if this requirement is not related to the establishment or challenge of paternity (motherhood) and the need to involve other interested parties;
5) A requirement for child support in a firm sum of 50 per cent of the subsistence minimum for a child of the appropriate age is made, unless this requirement involves the establishment or challenge of paternity (motherhood) and the need to involve other stakeholders;
6) A requirement to return the value of the goods of poor quality, if there is a court decision, which has entered into legal force, to establish the fact of the sale of the goods of improper quality, taken in favor of an unspecified number of consumers;
7) a requirement for a legal entity or an individual – an entrepreneur to collect debt under the contract (other than the provision of housing and utilities, telecommunications services, television and radio broadcasting), concluded in writing (including electronic) form, if the amount of the claim does not exceed a hundred times the subsistence minimum for able-bodied persons.
A person has the right to apply to the court with the requirements defined in the first of this article, in the order or in the simplified claim of his choice.