What can be done if a tenant does not pay the rent and also leaves and leaves the property occupied with some of their belongings?
A process of restitution of the property can be carried out before the judicial authorities, with preventive measures to seize the assets that were left by the tenant and then, in the executive process, obtain its auction to cover the obligations that it left pending.
What can be done if a tenant leaves without surrendering the property and without paying the utility and administration bills?
If the case is already in the process of judicial restitution before a court, the attorney-in-fact must promote the process so that a restitution judgment is obtained and the judge delivers material of the property to the landlord. It must be remembered that if the tenant is in default, he is not heard in the process, which accelerates the opportunity to pass judgment.
If the defendant’s contractual address is not known, he must state it to the judge and it only remains to patiently continue the judicial process. Precautionary measures such as the seizure of assets or delivery of the property can be requested once there is a sentence; in fact, the recent law 794 of 2003 empowers the clerk or senior officer of the court for these proceedings.