Transmission of a child

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Transmission of a child

Transmission of a child

    When the child lives with a parent who has not been granted parental rights, the other who has been granted a court order has the right to request that the child be handed over. A child must also be surrendered when the court has determined that he or she will spend vacations with one parent, but parental rights are exercised by the other. In order to have a child transfer, you must apply to a bailiff in the area where the child is located. After the petition is filed, an enforcement action is instituted and you are the creditor and the other parent is the debtor. First, an invitation for voluntary enforcement is sent to the debtor by the enforcement agent. With this invitation, the debtor is invited to surrender the child voluntarily. He must indicate within 3 days of receiving the invitation whether he will hand over the child at the place and time specified in the invitation. In case the debtor fails to fulfill this obligation, the enforcement agent has the right at the same time to impose a fine on him and to prepare a decree for compulsory bringing. The bailiff, together with the police authorities and the mayor of the municipality, mayoralty or district, forcibly seizes the child and passes it on to the creditor if the debtor fails to perform voluntarily. Police authorities may also detain the debtor and notify the prosecutor's office immediately if it impedes enforcement.

Transmission of a child
Transmission of a child
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