Payment order shall be issued in special proceeding which is governed by the provisions of Articles from 455 to 466 of Civil Procedure Law.
Conditions for Issuing Payment Orders
When a civil claim is related to a pecuniary claim which is due, this claim shall be proven by a credible document enclosed with the complaint either as an original document or a certified transcript, the court shall issue an order to the respondent to settle the claim (payment order) on condition that it is accompanied by a proof on delivered request for payment due receivables.
The following shall be considered as credible documents:
- public documents
- private documents where the signature of the debtor is certified by a competent body
- promissory notes and cheques with protest and return accounts if these are required for the foundation of the claim
- extracts from business accounts
- documents which are deemed as public documents pursuant to specific provisions Continue reading Issuing a payment order