If you cannot pay your tax debts, the tax bailiff will seize your assets and attempt to sell them foreclosure. We can often help you prevent an auction and reach a settlement with the tax bailiff.
First aid for recovery (seizure and foreclosure sale)
After the Tax Inspector has established your tax debt in court, he puts the collection thereof on the board of the tax bailiff (also known as: the Recipient). The tax bailiff ensures that you pay your tax assessment. As a rule, you have six weeks after receipt of the assessment notice to pay the tax assessment. Different, shorter terms apply in the case of additional claims and additional assessments.
If you do not pay within this first period, you will receive a reminder to pay within two weeks. If you still do not pay as a result of this reminder, the tax bailiff will issue a writ of execution. The issuing of the writ of execution often involves high collection and attachment costs. If you still do not pay, the tax bailiff has a full arsenal of legal resources to recover from your assets. The central means is to seize your property and property rights and then sell them under execution.
Payment is often not a matter of wanting but a matter of being able to . You may not be able to pay your outstanding tax debt in one go, but you can pay in installments. You may have already made a proposal to the tax bailiff for a settlement in installments, but he does not agree with this.
Often times, the tax bailiff gets a hand at a seizure and imminent foreclosure sale, because without your car or inventory you can no longer work or run your business, so you will certainly never be able to pay off your tax debt. If in that case the tax bailiff does not agree to a payment arrangement, we can start summary proceedings for you to prevent the execution and to get the seizure of the attached objects. In our experience, a settlement can often still be reached if it is provided with an expert opinion.
Acute threat of enforcement action
If you are threatened with enforcement measures by the tax authorities or if you could benefit from tax mediation with the tax bailiff, please contact us quickly. We often come to a win-win solution with the tax bailiff, so that you can create peace of mind and work on a definitive solution.
Therefore please contact us directly if you want to prevent the tax authorities from taking enforceable measures.