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Deputies suggest leaving debtors a minimum of life

Deputies suggest leaving debtors a minimum of life
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State Duma deputies suggest obliging lenders to leave some money for life to debtors. The minimum "balance" after repayment of debts must be at least one minimum wage.

The State Duma will consider a package of laws on amendments to the law “On Enforcement Proceedings”, the Labor Code and several other regulatory legal acts. According to information "Rossiyskaya Gazeta", it is proposed to create an inviolable balance, which after repayment of debts should remain with the debtor. It is assumed that this amount should not be less than the minimum wage, but the regional authorities are entitled to establish the exact amount.

Deputies emphasize that a person who finds himself in a debt hole should not lose his livelihood. The bailiffs will actively interact with the State traffic inspectorate and other departments to monitor whether the debtors have a car or real estate.

Now you can collect for debts, including old-age pensions and insurance pensions, but not more than half of these payments. The new bill, the authors of the initiative specify, will work in the interests of citizens.

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