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Chasing outstanding levies from reluctant payers is always a difficult issue but what if the owner lives overseas.
That is our situation. The levies have gone unpaid for a number of years and the ownership of the apartment has even changed in that time. But it was from one family member to another with no debts cleared at the time of transfer.
To make matters worse the apartment is occupied by another family member. I know ultimately the owner will be liable for any debts incurred in pursuit of the debt but that could be many years away.
Does anyone have any suggestions other than a bottomless pit of legal expenses with little hope of a satisfactory result when the owner lives more than 10,000 kilometres away .
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