A resident of Sudak paid off her alimony debt in the amount of over 800 thousand rubles — she wanted to sell her apartment
A resident of the city of Sudak, Citizen A., who did not pay child support for the maintenance of her three minor children, accumulated a debt to them totaling 774 thousand rubles. Citizen B., the father of the children, filed a claim in court and after considering the case, citizen A. was ordered to pay alimony payments to the claimant in full. However, the debtor decided to postpone the execution of the court decision to a more favorable time for her, and as a result, the bailiff of the bailiff department for the city of Sudak of the GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol initiated enforcement proceedings against her. As in the case of the court decision, citizen A. also decided to ignore the legal demands of the enforcement officers.
In this connection, for untimely execution of the court decision, the bailiff of the department issued a resolution against the debtor to collect an enforcement fee in the amount of 61 thousand rubles, and also arrested her bank accounts, temporarily restricted citizen A. from the right to travel outside Russia and imposed a ban on registration actions with the apartment belonging to her. In turn, citizen A. chose to continue accumulating alimony debts to her children. Taking into account the purposeful desire of citizen A. to avoid transferring funds for the maintenance of her children, the bailiff of the bailiff department for the city of Sudak of the GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol repeatedly brought the debtor to administrative responsibility under Part 1 of Art. 5.35.1 Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation. According to the court decisions, citizen A. was sentenced to a total of 120 hours of compulsory labor.
After serving her sentence, the debtor did not change her behavior towards her minor children. As a result, the bailiff of the department brought citizen A. to criminal liability under Art. 157 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, transferring the case materials to the court for consideration. Subsequently, the court sentenced the debtor to 8 months of correctional labor with the deduction of 10% of the salary to the state income. Citizen A. did not like serving her new sentence and soon began to evade correctional labor, for which she subsequently had to go to a penal colony for 2 months. But even this life lesson did not benefit the debtor — neither the debtor nor his children received the long-awaited alimony payments,” noted the department’s press service.
The situation was turned around after citizen A. was unable to formalize a transaction for the sale of her apartment with a notary. Wanting to sell her property, citizen A. found the required amount as soon as possible and paid the alimony arrears, taking into account the enforcement fee, in full, transferring the funds to the deposit account of the bailiffs department.
source: Press service of the GUFSSP of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol