When a creditor holds an enforcement order (judgement, notarial deed, coercion…) in order to obtain payment of his claim, he can decide to have seized and sold his debtor’s furniture.
The procedure for the seizure of furniture consists of different phases:
It can happen that the sale procedure is suspended, e.g. following a repayment plan. If the plan is no longer complied with at a later stage, the judicial officer can resume the procedure for seizure of furniture.
Thereto, he proceeds to the service of a new auction day. As the name implies, the judicial officer sets a new date for the sale of the goods seized at a prior stage and the procedure will be continued as described above as from the item “placard”. Proceed that way is less expensive than initiate a new seizure.
You will have understood that in the absence of reaction, your furniture will be sold in a public auction.
The best option is of course to react as soon as possible in order to avoid the procedure would be continued, with all the trouble, stress and expenses that this generates.
Several options are available: