District Court

Losing party in a summary procedure, must comply with the decision rendered in summary proceedings. However, if the case subsequently filed in the ordinary court and the Court's decision differs from the decision rendered in summary proceedings, the opponent must pay the costs if it is in the meantime begun execution. The usual procedure time required for 'normal' procedure is mainly determined intervals, provided between each presentation of a written evidence containing the arguments of the parties in dispute. Typically, these proceedings lasted more than a year to complete. Property to be collected and As for the arrest of movable and immovable property to be seized for the application of a judicial decision or for removal, the same applies to requirements that the debtor has against third parties. Safety arrest creditor who has no right to follow, since he has no right to exemption, however, may seize the debtor's property.

Rules of proceedings relating to, in general, to precautionary arrest, can be found in the Civil Procedure Code. There are several basic principles that apply to all types of safety arrest. Basic principles of safety to arrest granting the right to commit a safety to arrest permission of the President of the District Court. This permit is obtained by submitting a simple application, filled out by a lawyer, member of the Bar. The lender must show that its pre-requirement (prima facie) lawfully.

Usually it is sufficient allegations that he has a claim against the debtor, the term of payment is due. He does not need to prove with regard to claims payable at this stage of the proof of the existence of immaterial requirements before proceeding with the simplified require the removal of the arrest. Lenders usually do not require pre- guarantee regarding costs, damages and interest, which may be caused by the arrest. However, if the lender is a foreign entity, the President may (at their discretion) to take a different decision.