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Bankruptcy or management of execution files

A debtor, against whom execution proceedings of the Law Enforcement and Collection System Authority (לשכת הוצאה לפועל – רשות האכיפה והגבייה) are conducted all over the country in sums of hundreds of thousands of shekels, came to our office. That client said he was offered to file for bankruptcy due to large debts of hundreds of thousands of shekels dispersed over forty files, 28 of which were active. After we checked it out in an encompassing manner, it turned out the client had left Israel and had been living abroad before he made the supposed debts and found out he “owed” the large sums only 15 years later, while trying to renew his Israeli passport abroad and was turned down. A thorough inquiry that we made, showed that the debtor’s identity was forged by a gang whose members were convicted and imprisoned for these crimes (forgery). In light of this, it was decided to make objections in all files and in some of them we conducted many proceedings. After two years of hearings at courts, including the Supreme Court and the Law Enforcement and Collection System Authority, all debts and files were closed and the debtor never paid anything for the Law Enforcement and Collection System Authority cases.

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Bankruptcy or management of execution files

Tzvi Szajnbrum, Attorney at Law