Legal remedies in enforcement proceedings are the appeal and objection.
The appeal is used to contest the writ of the first instance court or the writ of the public enforcement officer, unless it is stipulated in the Law on enforcement and security interest the appeal is not permitted or that such writ is to be contested by objection.
The objection is filed against the writ on the motion for enforcement based on credible document, against other writs of the first instance court or public enforcement officer defined by the Law on enforcement and security interest, and in the form of the third party objection.
Only in case of objection of the third party an objection is permitted against the writ issued on the objection to the writ, and the appeal only against the writ issued on the objection to the writ of execution based on a credible document.
A conclusion is not subject to objection or appeal. The objection or appeal filed against a conclusion is dismissed by a writ or conclusion which completes the enforcement proceedings. Continue reading Legal remedies in enforcement proceedings