The legal proceedings are over, but all efforts have not yielded a positive result. The court's decision to recover a certain amount of money came into force. The next challenge for a person is the arrival of executive bodies.
The creditor has already received a writ of execution, with which the executive commission came to the home of the debtor. Very often, the actions of debtors do not comply with legal norms, therefore, before meeting the executive commission, clarify your rights and obligations in relation to them.
Prepare in advance for the arrival of "guests". Get rid of the most valuable things that do not belong to you. Take them to relatives or give them to friends. As soon as the doorbell rings, make sure the bailiffs are doing their job by asking them to show their IDs. In the certificates of bailiffs, check the name, surname, position, place of work, validity of the certificate. Ask to show a writ of execution, where the name of the debtor is indicated. If they arrived before 6 in the morning or after 22 in the evening, then do not let them into the apartment. If they came at the right time, then it is better to let them in, otherwise they may use forceful methods next time.
Remember, they have the right to take property and another person who lives with you. In their protocol, they will list all the confiscated values and things, without understanding who they belong to. To prevent this from happening, confirm that this or that thing belongs to another owner with documents: sales contracts, warranty coupons, checks from stores.
Don't be rude to performers. This will help maintain normal relations on the part of officials, otherwise they may sue you. In their claim, they will indicate that the debtor avoided paying off the debt, which is also punishable by law.
Remember, the bailiffs will not leave a person on the street. They have the right to take property, but not an apartment. There is a list of things that are protected from arrest.
For a person's debts, either the person himself or his guarantor is responsible. The rest of the family members are not involved in paying the debt or collecting it in court.