Research shows that 30% of bankruptcies in the Netherlands are caused by unpaid invoices. Does your company have a customer who still hasn’t paid? Or are you a private individual and do you have a debtor who still owes you money? Then contact the Law & More debt collection lawyers.
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Research shows that 30% of bankruptcies in the Netherlands are caused by unpaid invoices. Does your company have a customer who still hasn’t paid? Or are you a private individual and do you have a debtor who still owes you money? Then contact the Law & More debt collection lawyers. We understand that unpaid invoices are very annoying and undesirable, which is why we assist you from the beginning to the end of the collection process. Our debt collection lawyers can go through both an extrajudicial collection procedure and a judicial collection procedure with you. Law & More is also familiar with the law of attachment and can assist you in the event of bankruptcy. Finally, it makes no difference to us whether the debtor lives in the Netherlands or is established abroad. Because of our international background, we are qualified for more complex, disputed or larger claims.
A bịa na ịnakọta ụgwọ, ikekwe ị na-eche maka ụlọ ọrụ na-anakọta ụgwọ ma ọ bụ onye ọrụ enyemaka karịa nke ọka iwu na-anakọta ụgwọ. Nke a bụ n'ihi na ndị otu atọ ahụ nwere ike ịnakọta ụgwọ ndị pụtara ìhè. Agbanyeghị, enwere usoro dị mkpa na usoro nnakọta nke ndị ọka iwu na-anakọta ụgwọ ga-ebu n'ozuzu ya:
• Naanị ndị ọka iwu na-anakọta ụgwọ iji dọọ usoro iwu maka nkwupụta karịrị € 25.000,00.
Ikike ikike ịnara ala na ego onye ji ya ụgwọ
• Naanị onye ọka iwu na-anakọta ụgwọ iji nye ikike ịgba akwụkwọ.
• Naanị ndị ọka iwu na-anakọta ụgwọ iji ikike ịnwere ikpe maka nnakọta ụgwọ mba ofesi.
• O tozuru oke iji dozie esemokwu nke iwu. Onye ọka iwu na-anakọta ụgwọ dabara adaba iji nye ụzọ edozi ahaziri aha ya na nyochawa ma kwughachi ihe nchebe.
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Anyị na-ahazi mkparịta ụka iji mee ka onye ji ya ụgwọ kwụọ ụgwọ ma ọ bụ mee nhazi ịkwụ ụgwọ
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Ọbịbịa nke ụlọ ọrụ na-anakọta ụgwọ
For each collection procedure, a number of steps have to be taken. The first step is to inform the debtor that he is not fulfilling his payment obligation. This is because you must give him the opportunity to pay within a reasonable period of time without any further costs. You must send the debtor a written reminder to this effect. This reminder is called a notice of default. A period of fourteen days is normally regarded as a reasonable period within which the debtor is requested to pay the claim. Of course, Law & More’s lawyers can draw up a notice of default for you.
Ọ bụrụ na ezigaghị ozi banyere ndabara, onye ọka ikpe ga-ajụ ebubo ọ bụla maka mmebi iwu. Agbanyeghị, enwere ọnọdụ ebe adịghị mkpa iziga ọkwa nke ndabara, dịka ịhapụ nkwekọrịta na agaghị ekwe omume. Na agbanyeghị, ọ ga-adị mma ma ị na-ezigara ọkwa oge niile na ndabara ka akpachapụ anya. Ọ bụrụ na a kwadoghị arịrịọ maka ịkwụ ụgwọ, anyị nwere ike ịmalite usoro nnakọta.
Usoro nke usoro nnakọta
E nwere usoro abụọ enwere ike ịnakọta nhazi: usoro udo, makwaara dị ka usoro ịme ihe ike na usoro ikpe ..
Ọ bụrụ na mmekọrịta dị n'etiti ndị ọzọ dị mma, ọ ga-adị mma ka ị buru ụzọ mee udo. N'oge a, anyị na-agba ndị na-agba ụgwọ ume ka ọ kwụọ ụgwọ site n'ihe ncheta ederede na kọntaktị ekwentị. O kwere omume na mkparịta ụka ndị a na mkparịta ụka ga-eduga na nhazi ịkwụ ụgwọ. Anyị na-akwado ka edobe nhazi ịkwụ ụgwọ. Ndị ọka iwu anyị na-anakọta ụgwọ nwere ike ilekọta nke a. Abamuru nke usoro udo bụ na mmekọrịta dị n'etiti ndị ọzọ anaghị emebi emebi nakwa na enweghị ụgwọ maka usoro ikpe iwu.
If the amicable stage cannot be concluded with a payment by the debtor or with a payment arrangement, legal proceedings can be initiated. It is also possible to skip the amicable stage and start legal proceedings immediately. In a legal phase, we claim payment of the outstanding amounts and collection costs before the court. Before the legal proceedings are started, it may be possible to seize the debtor’s property. This is called conservatory seizure. Prejudgment attachment is intended to ensure that the debtor is unable to move property before the court has ruled, so that you can actually recover your costs from the debtor. If the judge assigns your claim, the precautionary attachment will be converted into an enforceable attachment. This means that the assets attached may be sold by the bailiff in public if the debtor is still not paying. The proceeds of these assets will be used to pay your claim. Law & More’s debt collection lawyers have experience in the field of attachment law and are happy to assist you during the legal proceedings.
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Law & More also provides support to prevent risks related to payment and late payment. For example, we advise clients to include in their general terms and conditions payment terms that can avoid ambiguities in the event of late payment. Would you like more information about this? Please contact the debt collection lawyers of Law & More.