Civil debt collection
K.C.S provides active representation services, based on a mandate, in collecting debts flowing from civil contracts.
Such services are carried out based on the mandate granted!
The consultancy in view of the collection of debts flowing from civil contracts takes place before signing the mandate contract and is carried out in a previously scheduled meeting, at the KCS headquarters.
The services of mandate based active representation aim at collecting debts flowing from civil contracts, such as:
- collecting debts from defaulter lodgers for Lodging Owners’ Associations;
- loans outstanding at maturity;
- establishing pledges and mortgages;
- payment of salary rights;
- payment of subcontractor work;
- inheritance debts;
- debts from lease/sale-purchase contracts;
- debts from movable/immovable goods sale contracts.
In order to find an optimal solution to the case, the K.C.S. team takes all necessary actions to collect outstanding debts, covering the following steps (and more if necessary):
- Obtaining detailed information on associates, administrators, goodwill and possible pledges on the debtor’s goods;
- Verifying the existence of other debtors and of other attempts to enforce a judgment on the debtor;
- Verifying the existence of a possible insolvency procedure initiated against the debtor;
- Drafting contracts, mediation requests, notifications, demands for payment to debtors;
- Client representation in the relation with the debtor during direct reconciliation, with a view to finding an amiable solution;
- Tracking payments of civil debts by debtors up to the collection of the full amount of the debt;
- Legal assistance both for creditors and debtors when enforcing a judgment;
- When a favourable judgment is obtained, consulting and representation during judgment enforcement;
- Enforcing judgment on debtor with the assistance of an officer of the court.
In case you find yourself in one of the above situations or in similar ones, you can contact us in one of the ways made available in the “Contact” section or by filling in the form below:
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