distrainee


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distrainee

a person whose property has been seized by way of DISTRAINT.
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Such application must be supported by a guarantee to cover losses that the distrainee may incur if the person levying distraint is found not to have the right to make such an application.
The Registry of the court shall notify the distrainer and distrainee of such deposit within three days by way of a registered letter.
The minutes of sale shall contain all procedures of sale, objections and obstacles faced by the execution officer, measures taken by him to deal with such objections and obstacles, whether the distrainee is present or absent, signature if he is present or abstention to sign, the price offered by the successful bidder in the auction and the name and signature of the successful bidder.
The distrainer creditor or distrainee may request, through a petition filed before the judge of execution, to publish more announcements in the newspapers.
These items shall be evaluated by an expert appointed by the judge of execution upon a request by the execution officer or the distrainer or the distrainee. The same method shall be applied in evaluating other precious materials.