Breaches against civil court verdict enforcements

15-Oct-2004 Intellasia | 12/OCT/2004 | 7:03 PM Print This Post

The government has issued Decree 173/2004/ND-CP regulating procedures of administrative breaches in the implementation of civil court verdicts.
Reportedly, all activities against civil court verdicts will be settled based on different levels of administrative breaches.
If a person intentionally or deliberately ignores to receive a summons issued by an authorised court verdict enforcement agency, a person after being summonsed fails to comply, the person will be reprimanded or fined from 50,000 dong to 100,000 dong.
If a person is able to observe and carry out court verdicts but wants to lengthen the effective time of the implementation of civil court verdicts; disperses assets or damages property to avoid a the seizure of the property on the order of a court, the person will be fined from 100,000 dong to 200,000 dong.
Breaches such as illegal use, transfer, fraudulent exchange, hiding or changing court-ordered seized property and others will be also fined from 200,000 dong to 500,000 dong.
This decree will take effect after 15 days from the first publication of the Official Gazette.

 


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