What happens if the bailiff levies attachment on your tangible assets?
Tangible assets are items like furniture, electronics, clothing, jewellery, and cars. The bailiff will draw up a report of all assets he or she levies attachment on. He will provide this report to you. This report will list which items are the subject of the attachment and the date on which these will be sold in a public auction.
The bailiff will often need to enter your home to make sure that your items are described correctly. The bailiff can sometimes look through the window and describe the items. This is permitted by law, as long as the items are described correctly.
What happens if I do not cooperate with the bailiff?
Do you refuse to cooperate with the bailiff for any reason? The bailiff can enter your home with a police escort (who also serves as an Acting Public Prosecutor). A locksmith will also be called. The costs incurred by the locksmith will be charged to you.
What can I do if the bailiff wishes to levy attachment on my tangible assets?
It is very important to pay the amount due to our firm on time. The ruling clearly states which amount must be paid when. You can pay in a quick and safe manner using iDEAL. You can also transfer the amount to us through your bank. Our bank account number is Rabobank IBAN NL07RABO0162446217, Bosveld Incasso en Gerechtsdeurwaarders in Amersfoort. Always list your case number in the payment description field. The case number will always be listed in all our letters and emails.
The person with whom I share a household and/or minor child has/have a debt, but attachment is now being levied on my tangible assets. What can I do?
If our bailiff comes to levy attachment on assets and these are not owned by the person with whom you share a household and/or a minor child, you must send proof that these assets are yours to us as soon as possible. For example by means of a purchase receipt or a marriage or cohabitation agreement. This ensures that these assets will not be seized by the bailiff.