The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the report of the Summary Proceedings for 6 months of 2017.
From January through June 2017, the summary proceedings office received 14,355 applications for payment of arrears, of which 656 applicants were refused from proceedings, based on the requirements of the law. From January through June 2017, the summary proceedings case managers accepted 14,866 applications for production and completed 10,293 during 6 months;
Of the cases completed during 6 months, payment was made within the terms of voluntary payment in respect of 116 cases, and 1340 cases were completed by reconciliation.
The dynamics of receipt of applications is growing and, accordingly, the number of applications received in the first 6 months of 2017 is much larger compared to the same period of the previous years.
The demand for service is growing, as decisions are often made on apportionment of the payment, as well as the number of cases completed by conciliation and in terms of voluntary payment is growing as a result of the summary proceedings.
Summary proceedings is the service of the National Bureau of Enforcement, which provides citizens with an opportunity to respond to a monetary claim quickly and cost-effectively without trial. The applicant can apply to the summary proceedings also in the event that the respondent (the debtor) has an overdue and documented monetary debt. After studying the documentation, each case is transferred to the case manager of the summary proceedings.