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Vladivostok awarded the best bailiffs of Primorsky Krai

On Friday, October 31, on the eve of the professional holiday of employees of the Federal Bailiff Service, a congratulatory ceremony was held in the building of the Fifth Arbitration Court of Appeal in Vladivostok (Svetlanskaya, 115).

On November 1, the FSSP celebrates not only its professional holiday, but also the 149th anniversary of the founding of the Institute of Bailiffs in Russia. The employees of the department were congratulated by colleagues - representatives of the prosecutor's office, tax services, legal institutions. All the guests of the ceremony noted how the workload on bailiffs is growing year after year, but at the same time the quality of the work of bailiffs is changing for the better.

Sergei Perezva, the head of the FSSP department of Russia for the Primorsky Territory, the chief bailiff for the Vladivostok district, told what the task of his unit is: to return what they refuse to return voluntarily. The service is fighting - both morally and physically - for the execution of court decisions. To come and return is not an easy task. "

Perezva noted that in the production of bailiffs this year already more than a million cases. This figure exceeds the total indicator of the previous year by more than 109 thousand. Thanks to the efforts of the UFSSP team in the Primorsky Krai, in the current year more than 320 thousand executives have been actually de facto executed, according to which over 4 billion rubles were collected and transferred to the claimants.

At the ceremony, departmental awards, certificates and letters of thanks were given to the best FSSP employees in Primorye.

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