A resident of Simferopol lost his apartment. Didn't want to pay child support for my child
A resident of Simferopol, who for a long time did not pay alimony for the maintenance of his minor son, accumulated a debt to him totaling 1.4 million rubles.
Wanting to achieve the payments required by law for her son, citizen A., the child’s mother, went to court and, according to the decision, citizen S. was obliged to pay the debt collector in full. In addition, the court ruled that citizen S. is also obliged to pay citizen A. a penalty for alimony payments in the amount of 700 thousand rubles. The debtor considered that his former family could wait for some time. As a result, the bailiff of the bailiff department for the Kyiv district of the Main Directorate of the Federal Bailiff Service of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol initiated enforcement proceedings against the debtor. Having familiarized himself with the bailiff’s decision, a resident of Simferopol chose to continue to ignore the needs of his son.
Then, in order to encourage citizen S. to repay his alimony debt, the department’s bailiff arrested the debtor’s bank accounts, imposed a ban on registration actions with the apartment he owned, and temporarily restricted the debtor’s right to travel outside Russia. Despite this, citizen S. did not draw the appropriate conclusions for himself and continued to evade payment of alimony arrears. Soon, the bailiff of the bailiff department for the Kiev district of the GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol went to the debtor’s place of residence, where he drew up an act of seizure of the property belonging to him, warning that in case of non-payment of the debt, the seized apartment would be transferred for evaluation and further implementation— the details of the case were announced in the press service of the GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.
However, the department notes, even the threat of losing real estate could not awaken the parental feelings of citizen S. Subsequently, the seized apartment was sold at auction. The arrears of alimony payments, taking into account the resulting penalty, have been repaid in full. The money was transferred to the claimant’s account.
source: press service of the GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol