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Frequently Asked Questions

  •  How can I choose an enforcement agent?


The enforcement agents are appointed and deployed to 11 regions of the Basic Courts in the Republic of Macedonia. The enforcement agent shall be competent to enforce executive decisions adopted by the courts, state bodies, i.e. notaries public performing their duties in the region for which the enforcement agent is appointed. For example, the enforcement agents appointed for the region of the Basic Court Veles, Basic Court Gevgelija, Basic Court Kavadarci and Basic Court Negotino shall be competent for the enforcement of a judgment issued by the Basic Court in Veles. All appointed enforcement agents and their contact details are available on the website of the Chamber of Enforcement Agents.


  • Who can participate in an auction performed by the enforcement agent?


Only persons who have previously given guarantee can participate in a public auction. The guarantee shall be one tenth of the determined real estate value. The guarantee shall be returned to the bidder whose bid is not accepted immediately after the conclusion of the public auction.


  • Is the enforcement agent entitled to perform the enforcement from the debtor’s entire salary, i.e. pension?


Enforcement against salary and pension can be performed to the amount of one third of the salary or pension, and, in cases of claims due to alimony, damage compensation because of lost of alimony due to death of the alimony provider etc., enforcement up to one half of the salary or pension can be performed. The debtor, whose account is blocked, who receives the salary on the same account, shall be obliged to notify in writing the enforcement agents and present evidence, so that the bank account can be unblocked and the enforcement out of the rest of the funds, which do not exceed the legal minimum of one third, i.e. one fifth can be continued.


  • Which debts can be considered obsolete?


The obsoleteness of the claims is regulated by the Law on Obligations of the Republic of Macedonia and it is determined on a case by case basis, depending on the type of claim. The time limit in which the creditor may apply for forced execution shall be 10 years since the day when the decision determining the debt becomes effective, whereas after submitting the application for enforcement to the enforcement agent the obsoleteness shall be terminated and the time limits shall be frozen until the enforcement is finalized. By transferring the enforcement cases from the courts to the enforcement agents, the time limit for obsoleteness shall be terminated. A claim can not be considered obsolete if the debtor has not referred to it.


  • Do I have the right, as a party, to judicial protection in the enforcement phase?


The party, or the participant, who believes that certain irregularities have occurred during the enforcement is entitled to submit a complaint to the President of the Basic Court in whose territory the enforcement, or a part of it, is performed within three days since the day when the irregularity was recognized, but not later than 15 days of the finalization of the enforcement. The person who has submitted the complaint shall be obliged to pay court fees according to the Law on Court Fees for the submitted complaint, as well as for the court decision adopted upon the complaint. The fee for the complaint, as well as the fee for the claim, shall be paid in compliance with the fee tariff, based on the value of the disputed part. The expenditures for the court fees, as well as for the delivery, shall be considered enforcement costs.


  • Is the enforcement agent entitled to forcibly collect the debt from the endorsers?

When performing the enforcement of an executive document, the liability towards the creditor shall be met by those who have obliged themselves to do that, which means that, besides the main debtor, the other signatories of the document have the obligation to return the debt, acting as endorsers, guarantors, bill of exchange debtors, and most often it is about joint and several liability. It means that along with the main debtor, the other debtors shall also be obliged to return the debt, and the enforcement agent has the right to direct the enforcement towards the endorsers, guarantors or bill of exchange debtors.


  • Is the enforcement agent entitled to process my personal data?


The enforcement agent, as a legal entity, shall have the capacity of a controller of the personal data collection in compliance with Article 2 paragraph 5 of the Law on Personal Data Protection, in relation to Article 6 of the Law on Personal Data Protection, the procession can be performed without the consent of the personal data entity in cases in which the processing is necessary for the execution of activities of public interest or when it is officially authorized by the controller. Pursuant to Article 9 of the Law on Personal Data Protection, the personal identification number of the citizen can be processed when performing activities related to receiving credit, debt collection … The enforcement agents process personal data by stating them in the acts drafted according to the templates in a form determined by the Minister of Justice, and in accordance with the personal data protection norms. The enforcement agent, as a person with public authorizations, shall be entitled to identify the parties and participants by inspecting their identity documents.

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