Obligatory Execution of civil procedural law is regulated by Articles 510 and following of the Civil Procedure Code. And specifically in Section 515 of the Civil Procedure Code sets the legal documentation that must be submitted to the bailiff execution proceedings. This documentation is quoted below: Every interested subject that has got a final Court Decision should submit:
- Executive title (The Final Judicial Decision or any other act that Article 510 of the Civil Procedure Code defines an executive) who must necessarily be in original or notarized.
- Execution order (court decision ordering the bailiff for the Decision Execution) which must necessarily be in original.
- Banking mandate, which confirmed the payment of the Bailiff’s execution fee.
- Written request from the Creditor for placing under execution the Executive Title.
- The Power of Attorney if the creditor is represented by another person.
The completion of this documentation is a legal obligation that is assigned to the creditor. The deposition of this documentation cannot be ignored in any case and any open files with incomplete documentation is against the law.
In this context, any procedure followed is not valid and seriously affects the interests of the creditor and imposes legal liability to the Bailiff.