The status, powers, scope and services of the private enforcement agent are governed by the Civil Procedure Code (CPC), the Private Enforcement Agents Act and the statutory instruments to the Private Enforcement Agents, the Tax Insurance Code, the Commercial Law and other relevant normative acts. According to Art. 2, para. 1 of the Private Enforcement Agents, the private enforcement agent is a person to whom the state assigns the compulsory execution of private holdings. The private enforcement agent may not refuse execution of enforcement actions except in the cases of Art. 22 of the CPC. According to Art. 2, para. 2 of the PEAA, the state may assign to the private enforcement agent and the collection of public receivables. The private enforcement agent’s area of ​​activity coincides with the area of ​​the respective district court.

Services performed:

  • Collecting monetary receivables of individuals and legal entities, and in the case of public procurement (Title two, Chapter 40 of the Civil Procedure Code, Article 2, paragraphs 1 and 2 of the PEAA)
  • Forced Removal of Articles / Part Three, Chapter Forty-Seventh of the Code of Civil Procedure):
    • Transfering of movable property (Article 521 of the CCP)
    • Transfering of immovable property – entry into possession (Article 522 et seq of the CPC);
    • Performing a certain action – a substitute action (Article 526 (1) of the CCP); – of an act of failure and inaction (Article 527 of the CPC);
    • Implementation of the obligation to surrender a child (Article 528 of the CPC)
  • Imposing precautionary measures – seizure of movables and receivables (Article 400 of the CCP);
  • Transfer of pledged property pursuant to the Special Pledges Act (Article 35 of the PPS in line with Article 521 of the CCP);
  • Sale of pledged property pursuant to the LPO or by the order of the Civil Procedure Code (Article 19 of the PPSI, Article 37 and following of the PPS);
  • Sealing of premises, equipment, vehicles, by the order of art. 651 of the Commerce Act;
  • Mediation between the parties (Article 18 (3) of the Private Enforcement Agreements)
  • Service of court summons, notices and papers in the claim proceedings, at the request of the country and order by the court (Article 42 (2) of the Civil Procedure Code);
  • Issuing references from the debtors’ register of the existence or absence of enforcement proceedings against the petitioner with all PEAs on the territory of the country.