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Identities of 'Debtors-at-Large' Can Be Publicised, Communication Service Confirms
6.08.2012 16:41
Identities of 'Debtors-at-Large' Can Be Publicised, Communication Service Confirms
Court bailiffs may publish debtors' identity (source: RIA Novosti)

The Federal Communication and Information Service confirms that court bailiffs may now publicise personal data of those debtors who have been declared in search by the police. 

      The bailiffs can publish the photos of those debtors who have disappeared from their regular place of registration. They will not require a debtor's permission. So far the experiment has been successful: a father who avoided paying alimony in Orenburg Region was found in the far-away Krasnodar Territory. Turned out, he was also searched for by the police, having been charged with theft. 

      The Communication Service has so far allowed to publish photos and videos featuring debtors in the mass media. In future, however, the portraits of offenders may appear on electronic billboards, information stands by the apartment block's entrance, and in the reception area at the municipal government's offices.

       




Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian society Russian law    

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