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FAQ

How much does this all cost?

For amicable debt collection and enforcement, each country has slightly different laws, and slightly different charges, therefore in all aspects of your instructions we would advise you to ask your Connexx Partner to obtain agreed costs on your behalf in the first instance.

Can you enforce a Judgment that I have obtained in England against someone in France?
 
The simple answer is yes, our partners in France would prefer to receive a European Enforcement Order (EEO) under article Regulation (EC) No 805/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of Europe 21 April 2004, which gives them far greater powers than if it was just for amicable debt collection.
However, they like a number of other members would welcome your debt collection files.

Can I instruct a Connexx Partner directly?

Our Articles of the Association Network discourages this practise because it dilutes the strength of Connexx and its members, then of course there are language difficulties and understanding complex European Law and how it functions in other countries. Connexx Partners are encouraged not to step outside the guidelines of its internal regulations. 

Why are there no Connexx Partners in every European Country?

That is a very good question, we are working on it, at our last General Assembly in Prague we admitted Slovakia as a full member, there are however a number of other Countries that we have targeted for membership, however we need to ensure that it is the right partner for our network.

Are you already passing work to other Countries?

Yes we are, and with a great deal of success, however the more information we can receive about the debtor at the outset the better chance of recovery we have.

If I am unhappy about anyone of your members can I make a complaint?

Yes you can, within the Articles of the Association Network we have an internal Complaints Procedure that is designed to encourage you to resolve your complaint in an amicable way before we become involved.

If I instruct a member through the Connexx Website will I have a contract with Connexx?

No, your contract will be with the member who you have instructed within your Country who will in turn have a contract with the Connexx partner.

Why do Connexx members have different pricing structures for different judicial activities?

As we said each Country is unique and each Judicial System may have similarities, however, they are all very different, for example in England and Wales the debtor pays, however in France the Creditor pays. There are fixed fees that are laid down in statute and cannot be overcome, and this is perhaps the single reason why fees differ between Connexx members.

Are all Connexx members Judicial Officers?

No, every country is different, however, because of the experience of a Judicial Officer or High Court Enforcement Officer (in England and Wales) when selecting a Country to become a partner we would firstly look at their enforcement and Judicial system, an example of this would be Germany, all Bailiffs are employed by the Government, therefore we will then look at a Law firm who specialises in debt recovery, failing that we would consider a debt recovery company.
Currently we have a mix of Judicial Officers and Lawyers.

What challenges have you had in setting up Connexx

The initial challenges was our early meetings that were held in English and French, we had professional interpreters in attendance at a great cost to the members, however, during one of our General Assembly meetings we decided to hold all future meetings in English. That is one of the many challenges we have had in setting up this network.

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Published in Connexx
Tuesday, 16 April 2013 18:18

England and Wales

High Court Enforcement Group

Contact us on 00 44 (0) 1792 466771
Website. www.hcegroup.co.uk

Obtaining a County Court Judgment can be a lengthy process, and one often breath’s a sigh of relief when all this is over. However, unfortunately things do not always stop with the obtaining of such a Judgment.
In this ever changing climate it is often the case that debtors do not take any notice of the Court Order and Claimants can often be left wondering which way to turn next.
That’s where we come in.

As the most effective form of enforcement available in the UK, High Court Enforcement Group (HCE Group) provides an optimal proactive solution for your Debt Recovery and Eviction Enforcement needs, delivering an expert enforcement service that is both ethical and effective throughout.
HCE Group offers a comprehensive range of recovery services for businesses, organisations and individuals. Our enforcement services cover High Court Writs of Control, Commercial Rent Recovery, Environmental Evictions, Traveller Evictions, Process Serving, Investigations and Commercial Forfeiture of property.

With a combined experience that exceeds 250 years, our 21 Authorised High Court Enforcement Officers are leading the way forward in setting industry standards and delivering on client expectations. Our unparalleled industry experience, transparency, and professional integrity ensure that we deliver the ultimate High Court Enforcement service throughout England and Wales, and now we are looking to assist our international clients through the Connexx network.

The Connexx network will provide our international clients with a platform to approach HCE Group to assist them in pursuing debtors who are outside their jurisdiction but reside within the UK. Without this platform our international clients would often find that such debtors are simply outside of their reach.
Now the question arises, how can we assist you?

By approaching HCE Group through the Connexx network we are able to provide you with numerous different enforcement options and these are listed below:

AMICABLE DEBTS

In these circumstances our officers will simply attend the debtor’s premises and attempt to bring attention to the debt in question and obtain the monies without the need for lengthy court action.
This type of enforcement is designed to try and maintain working relationships without the hostility that subsequent court action can bring.
When instructed to attempt recovery for this type of debt we at HCE Group will write to the debtor to inform them of the debt and request payment, we will also call the debtor to attempt to calmly discuss the matter and again request payment.

However, in the events that the above attempts are unsuccessful we will assign the file to our officer to make an attendance at the debtor’s premises to discuss the case with them face to face. It should be noted that when instructed under this heading our officers have no legal powers that they can rely upon and will simply request payment when in attendance. If such payment is not forthcoming we may advise alternative legal proceedings be commenced.

PROCESS SERVING & INVESTIGATION

At HCE Group, we pride ourselves on delivering a personalised service that is of the highest quality and value. In order to achieve this we offer three levels of service. Our system is dedicated to producing personalised reporting, detailing customer needs and individual circumstances in order to ensure that you receive the service features and expert assistance you need, promptly and proficiently.

ALL SERVICE LEVELS INCLUDE:

Confirm receipt of all instructions
Regular client updates
Standard Service of documents
Statement provided for Statutory Demands, Bankruptcy Petitions, Winding-up Petitions and Claim forms
Affidavits provided for N39 Orders

HCE Group deal with all types of Process Serving and is dedicated to providing innovative solutions for all of our clients. If you could not find what you are looking for in this section, then please do not hesitate to contact us with your requirements.
We are also able to offer basic investigation services including lifestyle reports, and tracing services where defendants have vacated the last known address.

WRITS OF Control
A Writ of Control is a method for enforcing a High Court Judgment or a County Court Judgment above £600.00.
A Writ of Control is used to enforce a money judgment. Essentially it involves a High Court Enforcement Officer attending the home or premises of the judgment debtor (the person, business or organisation who owes the money) and seizing and then selling goods belonging to the judgment debtor to the value of the judgment.
Below is a step by step guide on how to obtain a Judgment and subsequently a Writ of Control

Step by Step guide to obtaining a County Court Judgment and subsequently a Writ of Control

1) Pre Court Proceedings

Firstly as the Claimant (the one who is owed the money) you should issue a letter before action to the Defendant advising them that you intend to start proceedings after a specified time if no response to the letter before action is received or if the monies are not forthcoming within the specified period.

2) Completing the Claim Form

If no response to the letter before action is received you can start a court claim by completing a Claim Form (N1). You can obtain these claim forms from local courts and from the HM Courts and Tribunals Service www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk.
The claim form asks for details of the claimant and the defendant and how much is being claimed. It also includes a space for you to detail how the claim has arisen (also referred to as the particulars of claim). In some circumstances, as a claimant you might need extra time to complete the particulars of claim. You have the right to send the particulars of claim to the defendant separately but no later than 14 days after the claim form.

As the claimant you may be able to claim interest on your claim. If so you must include interest in the amount you are claiming on the claim form. There is a specific form of words you should use to do this. For more information about claiming interest, please see the guidance notes that come with the claim form.
In some circumstances, additional documents need to be attached to the particulars of claim. For example, if the claim is based on a written agreement (such as an agreement to purchase goods or services), a copy of the agreement should be attached to the statement of claim.

Some claims for a fixed amount of money can be started online at www.moneyclaim.gov.uk Usually, claims will be issued, printed and sent to the defendant on the day the claim is submitted. Court fees for online claims must be paid by credit or debit card.

3) Applying for the claim form to be issued

As the claimant you should send or take two copies of the claim form to the court where you want to start court action.
You should keep an extra copy for your own records. You must also take or send the court fee. The fee depends on the amount of money claimed. You can find out how much the fee is from the HM Courts and tribunals Service website at www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk

In some circumstances the fee might be waived or reduced for example:
Because you are getting certain benefits like Income Support or income based jobseekers allowance.
Because your annual income is low
Because of financial hardship

You can ask the court to tell you how to apply for a reduction or waiver of the fees or you can get more information and the exemption from HM Courts and Tribunals Service website at www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk. In order to apply for the exemption of the court fee you must complete form EX160
The court will stamp the claim form and in most cases serve it on the defendant. It will give you a notice of issue, a document with the case number on it.

4) How the claim form is served

Usually the court will serve the claim form by sending it to the defendant by first class post. The defendant will be deemed to receive it on the second business day after posting, unless the claim form was issued online. As the claimant if you want to serve it yourself you can ask the court to give it back to you once it has been stamped so that you can serve it. There are a number of forms that must be sent with the claim form.

5) If the defendant is not defending the case

If the defendant accepts that they owe the money claimed, they will not be defending the case and the court will not allocate it to the small claims track to be dealt with.
If they can pay the money immediately, they should send it to you directly.
If they need time to pay, they can suggest an arrangement. For example that they pay the money in instalments or all the money in one lump sum at a certain date in the future. If the claimant accepts this offer you will have to return a form to court requesting judgement on admission. If the defendant does not keep to the arrangement the claimant can take legal action forcing them to pay.

If you do not accept the defendants offer you must give your reasons and a court official will decide what a reasonable arrangement should be. The court will send both parties an order for payment (judgement for claimant after determination)
If you are not happy with the order you should write to the court giving your reasons and you must send a copy of the letter to the defendant. A judge will then decide what is reasonable for the defendant to pay. If the defendant does not keep to the arrangement, the claimant can take enforcement action.

6) If the defendant is defending the case

If the defendant does not accept that they owe the money that is being claimed they will be defending the case. They have to respond to the claim form and the particulars of claim within 14 days of the date of service (this is the second day after posting). If the particulars of claim were served after the claim form, you must respond within 14 days of the date of service of the particulars of claim.

If the defendant does not send a defence in to the court the claimant can ask for an order to be made against them.
The defendant can send their defence to the court. However, if they need more time to prepare a defence they can send back an acknowledgement of service and then the defence within 14 days (the acknowledgement of service would be sent to the defendant initially with the claim form)

When the defence is returned to the court the court will send an allocation questionnaire to both the claimant and the defendant. This must be returned no later than the date specified on it. As the claimant when you return the allocation questionnaire you will have to pay the relevant fee (unless it is waived on financial grounds) the court will use the information given on the allocation questionnaire to decide which track the case will be allocated to.

7) If there is no response to the claim form

If the court does not receive a response to the claim form or you do not receive the monies you can request a default judgment. To do this you must complete form N255

8) Enforcement of court orders

As the claimant you will have to pay a fee to start enforcement proceedings, and there are many types of enforcement which you may wish to consider. We deal with enforcement by way of a Writ of Control which directs us to levy and remove assets belonging to the defendant with a view to selling the assets in order to try and recover the monies owed to you.

In order to apply for enforcement by way of a Writ of Control you must complete form N293A and send this to the court together with the cheque for £65.00 which is the court fee incurred to transfer the Judgment to a Writ. Upon issue of a valid Writ we can then enforce the judgment on behalf of the claimant.

For more information, visit our website www.hcegroup.co.uk

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Tuesday, 16 April 2013 18:15

Czech Republic

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic

Exacting of claims in the Czech Republic

The possibilities of debt recovery in the Czech Republic are in these ways:

1.    By informal way through collecting companies
2.    Through judicial enforcement of court decision provided by the courá
3.    Per execution proceedings providing by Judicial Officers

1. Amicable Recovery

There is certain amount of companies offering so called amicable recovery of debts in the Czech Republic. These companies can be registered in the Association of the collecting agencies of the Czech Republic which was founded in 2002. Association is a member of Federation of European National Collection Associations. Association has its own ethical Code which should be followed in collecting proceedings. This Code requires compliance of law and legal order of the Czech Republic, respect of debtor's personal integrity and doing business such a way to develop and support respect and credibility in collecting agencies proceedings. It also declares quick, efficient and professional administration of collecting cases.
The essence of Amicable recovery of the debts is primarily reminding process. This process is held mostly per written correspondence, contact by phone, by e-mails or personal visit debtors by especially trained staffs. Reminding takes place on different levels and intensity. The consequences of failure to make payment are always accented (quantification of future costs for judicial enforcement of decision or execution proceeding). If there is concluded even no agreement of paying or installment calendar with the debtor collecting company recommends the creditor next possible steps : judicial execution of execution proceeding.
The amicable recovery companies had none of powers listed in Execution Code. This is the main legal order for Judicial Officers. They are not allowed to enter debtor's properties, to do inventory of debtor's personal assets or to block debtor's wage or bank accounts. They have no legal help for affecting any of debtor's actives.
It is informal way of collecting debts which is more or less dependent on debtor's good will to pay his debts. The costs connected with this informal way of claims' exaction are in subject of contractual covenants between amicable recovery company and creditor. The costs are provided mostly by the debtor during recovery.

2. Judicial enforcement of court decision provided by courts

First of the two ways of collecting claims is strictly directed by legal orders is judicial enforcement of decision (by Civil Procedure Code Nr. 99/1963 Coll.). Since 1st January 2013 judicial enforcement of decision was mostly delegated from courts to private Judical Officers. After this change is possible to use courts only for enforcements of decisions' modalities listed in Civil Procedure Code (e.g.alimonies, evictions)
If the debtor doesn't pay voluntarily what the judgement debt requires the court can order and effect the execution of judgement:

a) raising of a minor,
b) an order to execute judgement by evicting a tenant from the flat and removing him into a substitute dwelling,
c) banishing from common dwelling and no contact with the creditor,
d) executives of European Community,
e) foreign judgement (european execution title).

Judicial enforcement of decision caries out enforcement agent. He is a member of court staff and follows arbitrator's instructions.In case of enforcement of decision is fully in creditor's competention to choose the modality of the judgement execution. The enforcement of decision can be ordered only in the measure proposed by creditor.
The creditor is obliged to pay the court costs connected with filling a motion of judgment enforcment based on Code of Court Fees Nr. 549/1991 Coll. following fee:

compulsory payment till sum of money:

A) up to CZK 20,000 included CZK 1,000
B) between CZK 20,001 and CZK 40,000,000 5 % of the base
C) over CZK 40,000,000 CZK 2,000,000 + 1 % of the base over CZK 40,000,000; sum of money over CZK 250,000,000 is not included in the base
D) enforcement of decision by evicting CZK 3,000
E) other occasions CZK 2,000

If the creditor is represented by attorney-at-law (advocat, solicitor) in subjects of enforcement judgments, the attorney's fee is regulated by public notice provided by Ministry of Justice Nr. 484/2000 Coll., attorney's fee:

a) in cases where the matter of an obligation has monetary character the attorney's fee is:

up to CZK 100 CZK 500
CZK 101 - CZK 500 CZK 750
CZK 501 - CZK 1,000 CZK 1,250
CZK 1,001 - CZK 2,000 CZK 1,875
CZK 2,001 - CZK 5,000 CZK 2,400
CZK 5,001 - CZK 10,000 CZK 3,750
CZK 10,001 - CZK 200,000 CZK 3,750 + 8,5 % from sum over 10,000
CZK 200,001 - CZK 10,000,000 CZK 19,900 + 1 % from sum over 200,000
over CZK 10,000,000 CZK 17,900 + 0,075 % from sum over 10,000,000

b) in cases where the matter of an obligation is different than monetary duties the attorney's fee is CZK 5,000.

c) During carrying out or suspention of judgment execution the attorney's fee is CZK 5,000.

3. Execution proceedings providing by Judicial Officers

Second of the two ways of claims' exaction, which is strictly directed by legal orders is execution proceeding provided by Judicial Officers.

The basic legal order which declares execution proceeding is Execution Code  Nr. 120/2001 Coll. on Judicial Officers and exectorial activity and on amandments to other acts. In execution proceeding the claim is collected at the hand of Judicial Officer.

The Judicial Officer can be appointed from among citizens of the Czech Republic who:

a) are fully legally competent;
b) have already graduated from the Faculty of Law of the university and are resident in the Czech Republic;
c) have no criminal record;
d) have at least three years of working executor’s experience; and
e) have passed the executor’s exam.

There is total of 147 Judicial Officers operating in whole area of the Czech Republic. The Minister of Justice appoints the executor upon the nomination by the Judicial Officers Chamber within 1 month from the delivery of the Chamber nomination.

The Chamber is an autonomous professional organization, which associates all executors and keeps the list of executors, the candidates and the junior clerks. Judicial Officer becomes a member of the Chamber at the moment of his appointment.

The Chamber has the following authorities:

a) General Assembly
b) Board
c) President
d) Committees (audit, disciplinary, legal, testing)

The Chamber grants supervision over the Judicial Officer’s activities and over the administration of execution offices. The Chamber is authorised to maintain regular inspection of execution offices, to examine the documents and deeds, to require written statements in scheduled time limits about manner of state control and to enter the Judicial Officer office's place after the previous notification to judicial officer or his nominee.

The Ministry of Justice grants the state supervision over execution activities and Judicial Officer’s activities like drawing up documents and perform other activities according to this law. Another state supervision over Judicial Officer's proceeding is pursued by Chairman of District Court in whose circuit was the Judicial Officer appointed. Judicial Officer proceeding can be suspended by Minister of Justice if there was a commencement of criminal prosecution in the manner of crime related with execution proceeding.

The execution procedure starts upon nomination. The execution procedure starts on the day that the nomination for an execution mandate is delivered to the Judicial Officer or to the relevant court together with the Judicial Officer’s specification. Judicial Officer can start to perform the execution only after the court authorizes him to perform it.

Executive titles are:

1) an enforceable court judgement of a court or other authority in charge of criminal proceedings if it admits a right or affects property,
2) an enforceable court judgement of administrative justice,
3) an enforceable arbitration award,
4) an enforceable judgement of state and agreements approved by them,
5) a notary’s record and an executor’s record including the agreement to the enforcement, written according to the special legal regulation,
6) an enforceable judgement of public administration and local self-government incl. assessments, statements of outstanding payments concerning the matter of taxes and fees, and also reconciliation agreed by these authorities,
7) an enforceable judgement and statement of outstanding payments concerning all matters of medical insurance and social security, another enforceable judgement and the agreed reconciliation and documents the effecting of which is admitted by the law,
8) judgement of the European Communities,
9) other enforcable judgements and settlements and records their judicial power allowed by law

The execution can be performed only by the ways mentioned in Execution Code. The way of execution performance is determined by Judicial Officer.

An execution that states that some amount of money must be paid can be performed by

a) the garnishment of a portion of wages and other incomes,
b) ordering the debt,
c) the sale of chattels personal and real estates,
d) the sale of a company,
e) the establishment of executor's pledge on real estates

A way of execution that states a duty other than to pay some amount of money depends on the stated duty. This execution can be performed via

a) eviction,
b) the removal of an object,
c) the division of a common object,
d) the compulsory performance of work or acts.

An execution with the sale of a security can be performed, in the case of a guaranteed claim, with the sale of secured chattels personal and real estates.

During execution proceeding can the Judical Officer asks for co-operation of parties to an action. According to this co-operation he chooses the most propriet way of claim exaction. The parties contain mostly from: central register of citizens, courts, municipalities, notaries, police of the Czech Republic, governmental agencies, banks, post offices, insurance companies, real estate registers, etc.

In the matter of costs in execution proceeding we define:

1) costs of execution = executionary compensation + reimbursement of cash expenditure + value added tax (VAT)
2) costs of creditor = cash expenditure + representation fee

1) executionary compensation for exaction of monetary claims

The remuneration for the performance of the execution imposing the payment of an amount of money shall amount to:

up to CZK 3,000,000 of the base 15 %
of the excess amount up to CZK 40,000,000 of the base 10 %
of the excess amount up to CZK 50,000,000 of the base 5 %
of the excess amount up to CZK 250,000,000 of the base 1 %

The sum exceeding CZK 250,000,000 shall not be included in the base.

The remuneration written above shall amount to at least CZK 3,000 (cca 120 EUR). The remuneration for the performance of the execution imposing the payment of an amount of money shall be based on the amount of the performance recovered by the Judicial Officer.

Reimbursement of cash expenditure

In connection with the execution of enforcement activity, the Judicial Officer is entitled to reimbursement of cash expenses in a minimal sum of CZK 3,500 (cca 140 EUR). Such reimbursement shall include legal and other fees, travel expenses, postage, payments to persons carrying out the transport of items, telecommunication charges, expertise and professional terms, translations, copies, photocopies and reimbursement of costs of inserting data into the central information systems or acquiring data from the central information systems.

Should the amount of cash expenditures of the Judicial Officer reasonably incurred in connection with the performance of the execution activities exceed CZK 3,500, the Judicial Officer shall be entitled to the reimbursement of cash expenditures in full instead of the reimbursement written in previous section. The Judicial Officer shall be obliged to prove those expenditure.

Reduced costs of execution

A.
If the debtor :
1. meets the enforcement of claims and covers the security for reduced costs of execution and costs of creditor, and
2. does like that till 30 days of deliver notice that payment be made,

the compensation is 50 % of compensation in case of exaction of monetary claims.
In case of non monetary claims the executionary compensation is 30 % of compensation.

B.
If the debtor:
1. meets the enforcement of claims and covers the security for reduced costs of execution and costs of creditor, and
2. does like that till 30 days of deliver notice that payment be made, and
3. the exacted performance is not superior to CZK 10,000,

the compensation belongig to the judicial officer is 50 % of compensation (resp. 30 % - see above) and the reimbursement of cash expenditure in lump-sum CZK 1,750 (50 %).

2) Costs of creditor

If the creditor is represented by attorney-at-law (advocat, solicitor) in subjects of enforcement judgments, the attorney's compensation is regulated by publice notice provided by Ministry of Justice Nr. 484/2000 Coll., attorney's fee:

A) up to CZK 20,000 included CZK 1,000
B) between CZK 20,001 and CZK 40,000,000 5 % of the base
C) over CZK 40,000,000 CZK 2,000,000 + 1 % of the base over CZK 40,000,000; sum of money over CZK 250,000,000 is not included in the base
D) enforcement of decision by evicting CZK 3,000
E) other occasions CZK 2,000

If the creditor is represented by attorney-at-law (advocat, solicitor) in subjects of enforcement judgments, the attorney's fee is regulated by public notice provided by Ministry of Justice Nr. 484/2000 Coll., attorney's fee:

a) in cases where the matter of an obligation has monetary character the attorney's fee is:

up to CZK 100 CZK 500
CZK 101 - CZK 500 CZK 750
CZK 501 - CZK 1,000 CZK 1,250
CZK 1,001 - CZK 2,000 CZK 1,875
CZK 2,001 - CZK 5,000 CZK 2,400
CZK 5,001 - CZK 10,000 CZK 3,750
CZK 10,001 - CZK 200,000 CZK 3,750 + 8,5 % from sum over 10,000
CZK 200,001 - CZK 10,000,000 CZK 19,900 + 1 % from sum over 200,000
over CZK 10,000,000 CZK 17,900 + 0,075 % from sum over 10,000,000

b) in cases where the matter of an obligation is different than monetary duties the attorney's fee is CZK 5,000.
c) During carrying out or suspention of judgement execution the attorney's fee is CZK 5,000.

Central register of executions

Central register of executions allows to get information about specific execution proceedings. It helps to find out if the execution proceeding was ordered to the specific subject in accordance with the Execution Code, which Judicial Officer was charged with carrying out the execution, what enforcement of claims is in question, when the execution proceeding started, if the proceeding was suspended or postponed by final decision etc.

Central register of executions is pursued and administrated by Judicial Officers Chamber of the Czech Republic. The register is remotely accessible public list. Judicial Officers are oblige to write there following information:

a) notice of execution proceeding start,
b) notice if proceeding was suspended or postponed by final decision,
c) auction rules,
d) erasure of information written in Central register of execution and for its pursue and administration is regulated by regulation of Ministry of Justice Nr. 329/2008 Coll. on Central register of executions as amended.

Information about notice of execution proceeding start shall be done until 3 days since the Judicial Officer wrote into the register of started executions resolution to order execution. Information about suspension g or postponement of execution proceeding shall be done until 3 days since the Judicial Officer get to know about legal power of these decisions. Other information shall be done until 5 working days since the Judicial Officer gets to know them.

The Judicial Officer must remove all information about the execution proceeding from the register after 15 days from the day of ending of execution proceeding. Websites of Central register of execution can be found on www.ceecr.cz. This service is chargeable.

Prague, April 30, 2013

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Tuesday, 16 April 2013 18:14

Countries

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We have a broad network of legal professionals who work together with international Judicial Officers, lawyers and collection agencies. 
Our work processes are perfectly automated and this, in combination with our know-how, ensures you that your claim is handled efficiently and professionally. 

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Whether you have one or a thousand claims, Connexx is capable of helping you throughout Europe!

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