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Our firm has a team of qualified professionals focused on commercial and business law. The firm represents a variety of types of businesses, from manufacturing to service companies.
The firm’s practice focuses in the areas of commercial and business law, debt recovery, bankruptcy law, computers and technology law, privacy and data protection. The firm’s services include contract drafting and negotiation, advising on matters of intellectual property law and regulatory compliance, and resolving disputes before they escalate into litigation.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 July 2010 15:07

We can assist you in debt recovery in Italy

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Our firm can assist you in the extrajudicial/judicial phase for recovery your debt in Italy.

Extrajudicial phase:

For start the procedure to recover the debt we need to have same information about the debt, particularly:
a) the name of the debtor and the place where have the registred office;
b) more description about the debt (i.e. the kind of goods or service provided by the creditor)
c) if you have any documents signed by the debtors about fulfillment of creditor's duty.
Collected these information we can:
- check about the debtor's economic situation;
- write an initial letter (notice of payment) to the debtors, that indicates a termination by which the debtors must pay;
- start the possible negotiation.

Judicial phase: the Judicial order of payment

If the debtor didn't started the negotiation after the send of the notice of payment (initial letter) we can start the judicial phase.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 July 2010 15:08


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Regulation (EC) No 1896/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 creating a European order for payment procedure.

The Regulation, which will apply from 2008, establishes a European procedure for orders for payment. The procedure simplifies, speeds up and reduces the costs of litigation in cross-border cases concerning uncontested pecuniary claims. The Regulation permits the free circulation of European orders for payment throughout the Member States by laying down minimum standards, compliance with which renders unnecessary any intermediate proceedings in the Member State of enforcement prior to recognition and enforcement.
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 July 2010 15:01

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