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Court debt recovery

Attempts at amicable recovery of debt did not motivate your contractor to pay off the liability? You can refer the case to court through our law firm - Transcash Kancelaria Prawna.
On your behalf, we will file a claim for payment, we will correspond with the Court and the debtor, and we will guarantee representation during the court hearing.

Product features

What we recover?
Domestic and international debts
Minimum debt amount
-
Maximum invoice amount
No limits
Method of settlement
Court costs + commission for success, calculated on the recovered amount of debt

Product features

What we recover?
Domestic and international debts
Minimum debt amount
-
Maximum invoice amount
No limits
Method of settlement
Court costs + commission for success, calculated on the recovered amount of debt

Step by step court debt recovery

1
Step
We complete the documentation to prove to the court that the debt exists.
2
Step
We are bringing a lawsuit. We apply for an order for payment or a judgment and for securing the debtor's assets.
3
Step
During the trial, we represent your company in court.
4
Step
After receiving and validating the payment order or judgment, we begin enforcement activities.

What documents will we need?

To start judicial recovery, we will ask you to send copy of the following documents:
Invoices
International consignment note / CMR
Transport documents (e.g. order)

What distinguishes judicial debt recovery?

Modern solutions - comprehensive online service
Fair settlement - commission only on the amount recovered
International reach - we provide representation before courts in Poland and abroad
We offer debt recovery with securing the debtor's assets

You can order judicial debt collection against debtors from all over the European Union and the United Kingdom

Creditor's country
Debtor's country
Creditor's country
Poland
Debtor's country
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
The Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Greece
Spain
The Netherlands
Ireland
Lithuania
Latvia
Malta
Germany
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovakia
Slovenia
Sweden
Hungary
Italy
The United Kingdom