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I have received a number of letters of reminder from a debt collection company saying that I have to pay the debt for a mobile phone. After the first letter, I paid the debt directly to the operator and I think that the debt no longer exists. However, the debt collection company continues to insist that I did not fully pay off the debt and threatens to place personal data about me in the debtors database. Do I have the right to know what information about me is entered into the debt collection database, and what should I do if this information is not true?
I own two apartments, one of them is mortgaged to the bank, the other is not. Due to the fact that I’ve stopped repaying the loan, the bank has filed a lawsuit against me. Can a bank take away from me the second apartment the one which is not mortgaged?
The truth about legal aid provided by the state
In August 2009, under the deposit agreement, I undertook to purchase an apartment for a certain amount. Due to the financial crisis, the deal fell through. Now the seller, through his lawyers, is threatening to recover the funds from me in double in an indisputable manner, since the contract was notarized. What does indisputable manner mean? Can a seller recover money from me?
Does the bailiff have the right to sell in the auction the mortgaged apartment to collect the debt for utilities?
Does the bailiff have the right to collect the debt for utility bills by selling mortgaged apartment in the auction?
It was repeatedly written in the press about conflicts with security in shopping centers that require them to go into the utility room and where they search your belongings. At the same time, it was repeatedly explained that the security does not even have the right to detain a person, and if strictly according to the law, in the case of a stubborn buyer, the guard can only run after him and exhort, hoping that the police will arrive in time. Is it so? How is the protection action qualified if they are still trying to physically stop the buyer, and how are the buyer actions qualified if he responds the same to this physical effect? Does this mean that if they grab my hand, I can rightfully put the grabber on the floor?
Guarantee agreement as a means of supporting the performance of contractual obligations
The main principles of property relations of spouses under the law