Property Investigation During Enforcement Of Civil Judgment
Published on September 5, 2016
It is not surprising that the person against whom a judgment or order is being executed may, by all means, try to transfer, hide and dispose of his or her property, in order to escape from being executed. Some even happen during the hearing or even arbitration stage, once it comes to the enforcement stage, everything virtually disappeared. That’s why it is vital to investigate and identify the properties that are enforceable. We will introduce several investigation approaches and methods in detail in this article.
The types of enforceable property include but not limited to bank deposit, real estate, personal property, investment interests such as stock, fund, bond and insurance, other properties such as trademark and patent. Multiple efforts can be made to investigate the above-mentioned enforceable properties, such as depending on the report of the person against whom the judgment or order is being executed and the applicant’s offers of clues or findings, searching by court on its own initiative, assistance of relevant department. Though there are different approaches available, the specific methods still need to be further explored.
Several main investigation methods are outlined below:
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