Application for sale of immovable under bailiff’s supervision

  Debtor’s name   
  Telephone number   
  E-mail address   
  Enforcement case no.   
Tartu bailiff
Oksana Kuchmei
Ülikooli 2 (5th floor), Tartu 51003
for selling seized immovable property under supervision of bailiff

own the immovable property with registry no. ,
which located at this address: .

The registered immovable has been seized by a bailiff.

I request the consent of the claimant and the bailiff for selling the seized registered immovable under the supervision of the bailiff.
The sale price of the registered immovable is euros.

The price does not include the debt to the apartment association or the agent’s fee.

If my application is satisfied, the purchase and sales transaction of the registered will take place on later than on

The person dealing with the organisation of sale of the registered immovable is

I request that the bailiff deal with the organisation of the sale of the registered immovable.
I confirm that the submitted data are correct.
applicant’s first name and surname, signature or digital signature date
Legal basis: §§ 102 and 157 of the Code of Enforcement Procedure.
On the basis of an application of a debtor and with the consent of a claimant, a bailiff may permit the debtor to sell a seized thing under the supervision of the bailiff. If an auction has failed or it can be presumed that the item cannot be sold at an auction or the income likely to be earned from the auction is considerably smaller than the income earned from a sale organised by the debtor, the bailiff may allow the debtor to sell the item outside an auction irrespective of the collector’s consent. A bailiff delivers to a claimant a notice concerning the request of a debtor to sell a thing in another manner, unless the consent of the claimant to sell the things in another manner is submitted to the bailiff. The bailiff does not grant consent to the debtor for the sale of the thing before seven days have passed after the delivery of the notice to the claimant, unless the claimant responds to the notice earlier.

A bailiff does not permit that a debtor sells assets at a price which is lower than that indicated in an instrument of seizure of assets. The bailiff ensures that the revenue received from the sale of a thing is paid to the official bank account of the bailiff. A bailiff may consent to the sale of a thing to a claimant. In such case, the claim of the claimant will set off and the purchase price will be deemed to be paid by a debtor to the claimant to the extent of the debt. If the purchase price is lower than or equal to the claimant’s claim, the provisions of subsection 93 (4) of this Code apply to set-off of the claimant’s claim. A thing will be sold under the supervision of a bailiff pursuant to the procedure prescribed in the Law of Obligations Act. The bailiff grants consent for the sale.

An immovable property may be sold under the supervision of a bailiff pursuant to the procedure provided for in § 102 of the Code of Enforcement Procedure.