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Law on Enforcement-Bankruptcy

Law on Enforcement-Bankruptcy

The main purpose of the service provided in enforcement law is to obtain receivables as soon as possible. Services provided within this scope are as follows:

  • Commencing execution proceedings for collecting receivables based on invoice, checks, bonds, current account, court order, arbitral tribunal or any other debt-justifying document, or without any document.
  • If necessary, evaluation of precautionary lien remedy before commencing enforcement proceedings, obtaining a court order foreclosure decision.
  • Investigation of the borrower’s assets. In this context, determination of debtor securities, real estates, rights and receivables of third parties and sending foreclosure warrants to related institutions, banks and real persons for foreclosures.
  • Suing and follow-up of lawsuits for cancellation of objection, objecting the signature, complaint, check penalty in courts and general courts.
  • Obtaining the of temporary incapacity
  • Conducting sales of foreclosed goods and representation at auction sessions
  • Starting a follow-up by converting mortgage into money

Also, among the services provided in scope of enforcement law is settlement agreements, contracts and protocols to be signed by the borrower or creditor client with the counterparty, as well as the process management and the concordat process.

In addition, ITO Hukuk ve Danışmanlık provides services of defending the clients in unlawfully initiated enforcement procedures, ensuring denunciation of the debt, objecting the debt, signatures, cancellation of seizure and excessive lien.

 

 

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