Parliament Amends Code of Civil Procedure on Second Reading, Streamlining Debtor Summoning Procedure

Parliament Amends Code of Civil Procedure on Second Reading, Streamlining Debtor Summoning Procedure

Bulgaria's Parliament Tuesday adopted on second reading amendments to the Code of Civil Procedure, initiated by National Ombudsman Maya Manolova and aimed at curbing the powers of private enforcement agents.
Under the revisions, the debtor must be looked for at least thrice at an address named by him, and one of these visits must mandatorily be on a non-working day. This rule does not apply when data have been collected showing that the debtor does not live at that address. The court may check the respondent's address registration on its own initiative and verify his place of work when he is served care of the employer.
Official holidays and judicial holidays are excluded from any time limits set.
 
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