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10 Services found for "Dunning"

Dunning procedure: Application for issuing a dunning notice

The dunning procedure is a simple and inexpensive way to help the creditor to assert his rights against the debtor. This is intended to avoid lengthy and expensive litigation in court. Continue

Online dunning application

District court, dunning request - general inquiries, information center

The joint dunning court in Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is responsible for issuing dunning and enforcement notices as well as processing contradictions. Payment in installments can only be approved by the applicant (creditor) . Since ... Continue

District court, dunning request - AZ 250-499 - ongoing proceedings, TEAM A (previously EDV 02)

The joint dunning court in Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is responsible for issuing dunning notices + enforcement notices + processing contradictions. Payment in installments can only be approved by the applicant (creditor). An objection ... Continue

District Court, dunning request - AZ 500-749 - ongoing proceedings, TEAM B (previously EDV 03)

The joint dunning court in Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is responsible for issuing dunning notices + enforcement notices + processing contradictions. Payment in installments can only be approved by the applicant (creditor). An objection ... Continue

District court, dunning request - AZ 000-249 - ongoing proceedings, TEAM A (previously EDV 01)

The joint dunning court in Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is responsible for issuing dunning notices + enforcement notices + processing contradictions. Payment in installments can only be approved by the applicant (creditor). An objection ... Continue

District court, dunning request - AZ 750-999 - ongoing proceedings, TEAM B (previously EDV 04)

The joint dunning court in Hamburg and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is responsible for issuing dunning notices + enforcement notices + processing contradictions. Payment in installments can only be approved by the applicant (creditor). An objection ... Continue

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