zajęcia komornicze

English translation: seizure(s) by a bailiff

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Polish term or phrase:zajęcia komornicze
English translation:seizure(s) by a bailiff
Entered by: Mariusz Kuklinski
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20:27 Nov 17, 2006
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
Polish term or phrase: zajęcia komornicze
Rachunek jest wolny od zajęć komorniczych, sądowych i egzekucji administracyjnych.

Tłumaczę roboczo tak:
The account is free from , seizures by court order and administrative enforcements

patrzyłem na proza
komornicze - chyba debt enforcement, ale z seizures coś mi się słabo googluje
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seizure by a bailiff
Explanation:
The bailiffs can take any goods that you own. If you pay your debt, including all costs, before any goods are taken or sold, the seizure or sale will be stopped
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seizure by a bailiff


Explanation:
The bailiffs can take any goods that you own. If you pay your debt, including all costs, before any goods are taken or sold, the seizure or sale will be stopped


    Reference: http://www.great-yarmouth.gov.uk/tax_and_benefits/council_ta...
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