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More Than 30 Thousand Debtors Couldn't Go Abroad In 2013
19.04.2014 00:55
More Than 30 Thousand Debtors Couldn't Go Abroad In 2013
(Source: http://newsprom.ru/print/Proisshestvija/156357.html)

 More than 30 thousand debtors residing in Moscow were not able to depart from Russia in 2013, “Interfax” reports.

      This was stated by the Head of Capital Administration of Federal Bailiff Service Aleksandr Stebakov. “Last year we imposed more than 30 thousand restrictions on departure. It is an effective measure for Moscow” - he said. According to Stebakov, bailiffs have the right to impose such restrictions only based on the judicial acts.

      “If you collect a dozen fines and their amount is more than 50 thousand, we have the right to go to court so that it would make ​​a corresponding decision” - the Head of the Moscow Administration of Federal Bailiff Service said. He added that this year more than 7 thousand residents of Moscow were prohibited to go abroad due to unpaid fines.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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