Those who do not pay their debts will first contact creditors, then quite possibly collection agencies, then courts or arbitrators and finally it will be the executor. There are still enough people in the distraint. This shows that execution is still a major problem. The execution may be linked to the blocking of the account, may also affect the salary, as well as seizure of immovable and movable property. But there are things that bailiffs must not touch. What are they?
Generally, these are the things you need
If we look at the specification of what the bailiff must not entertain, we can briefly say that this is a matter of necessity to meet your material needs as well as the material needs of your family. Similarly, these are the things you need to do your job. Nor must it confiscate things that are contrary to morality. This general definition can be vague for many people. Therefore, we will take a closer look at the list of things.
Yes, the bailiff cannot confiscate your money. However, the amount you must remain is fixed. This is twice the subsistence minimum. This applies, for example, to your salary or to your blocked bank account when execution is carried out to an account from which you can withdraw the funds if you are interested. But only once and only at the branch – not via ATM. This may take some time, as it must be assumed that everything has to be approved by the Bank’s head office itself.
The bailiff can also confiscate ordinary clothing items. Simply put, it must allow you to have something to walk in. However, if your wardrobe is stuffed with rupture, you have dozens of shoes and handbags, it is likely that you will leave only part of your clothes. This is quite a common thing, as the argument that you always need everything will probably fail. High probability is also associated with choosing the most expensive pieces.
Nor must you entertain you. So if it’s the usual equipment you need for your life. For example, you must leave your kitchen unit, dishes, as well as a refrigerator, stove, but also a washing machine or other necessary things. On the contrary, what it most likely takes, it can be a dryer, coffee maker, contact grill and other things without which it is possible to live in normal life quite standard. This also applies to television, video, DVD players, game consoles, or hi-fi systems.
It is quite a tricky category, which can arise quite a lot of arguments. For example, the classic jewelry can entertain you. But what you should not take, such as your wedding ring or medallion handed down from generation to generation. Nor should you entertain the classic photo frames of your family, but the more expensive and modern photo frame he could take. It is clear that it may be quite difficult for a bailiff to distinguish what is a personal thing to which an emotional attachment is and what is something that one may not have.
Things to study or work with
For example, the bailiff should not confiscate students’ textbooks, as well as various other aids they need at school. Employees should not confiscate what they need to do their job. A typical example could be a laptop for a programmer or a utility car for a craftsman. Again, there may be great disagreements over whether or not a person really has to have a thing. Both sides will have their arguments here.
Medical devices or medicines
This is a category that the bailiff must not confiscate under any circumstances. Both because seizing them can endanger lives, and because they can make life difficult for a person. Thus, the debtor must not be confiscated from the medications he regularly uses, as well as various compensatory and other aids. An example would be a wheelchair for the disabled. The man needs and must remain. Similarly, with clubs, crutches and many other things this group of people cannot do without.
Speaking of ordinary books, the bailiff can seize them. But what they must not entertain, are any religious books. And it doesn’t matter what the debtor’s religion is. In this case his faith is resolved and he must continue to profess it, and so religious literature must remain unconditional. But again, the character of the matter can play a role. There is a difference between a commonly used Bible and a collector’s piece of higher value that is not commonly used.
Children should not pay for the execution of their parents. That’s why it is all the children’s toys that should stay family. Again, there may be various guesses about whether a child needs, for example, an electric car for tens of thousands. There will probably arise quarrels with the executor over whether or not the thing can seize. But when it comes to toys quite common, so the child will remain. Often no matter how many they have.
Surely you have a drawer at home. Neither will the bailiff take you. Here it is quite logical, as they would most likely be useless. Bailiffs seek and confiscate only things that have a certain value and can then sell. It is clear that any of your personal documents have no value. And so they leave you. The certainty for you is that it is commanded by the law.
You too must let the bailiff. These are typically dogs, cats, as well as hamsters or guinea pigs, but also dwarf rabbits and other pets. However, these are not all animals. Conversely, farms such as horse, cow, or even goat or sheep can be confiscated. Whatever you love them, they no longer have the status of a pet as such.