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Implementation of voluntary titles
Published 2 January, 2015 | By burgueraadmin
The possibility to raise a declaratory judgment after an execution process of voluntary titles is a question that arises relatively frequently.
Posted in Civil, Civil procedural law, Execution, Implementation of voluntary titles, Declaratory judgment after execution, Opposition to the execution | Tagged execution, non-judicial execution titles, declaratory judgment, subsequent declaratory judgment, Grounds for opposition, Opposition, opposition to enforcement, preclusion | Leave a comment
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