The Court of Auditors gave precise indications for what concerns the reform of the collection of receivables from holders of current accounts payable to public entities. “Whoever is in charge of collecting will be able to know the size of the debtor’s account and not only its existence, while the green light has been given to the strengthening of executive measures such as the return to the foreclosure of the first home and extraordinary and exceptional solutions for the disposal of In this way we intend to overcome the difficulties related to debt collection “, writes the Newspaper.
In the warehouse there are 1,068,802.8, guaranteeing a percentage of receivables collected equal to 13% from 2000 to 2020. The goal is to overhaul the compulsory public debt collection system. The government is working on the new audit criteria to collect the credits, “but from the first signs there does not seem to be an identity of views between politics and accounting judges”, the Newspaper. For the Court of Auditors, “the most energetic interventions should concern the procedural legislation which is unsuitable for ensuring adequate protection of the public interest”, with the idea of transforming the public creditor into a worse condition than the private creditor.
Among the measures proposed there would be the real estate foreclosure, which would concern the main home. “The forced sale of real estate could also take place if the value of the assets is less than 120 thousand euros, provided that the same is economic, that is, such as to involve the realization of sums exceeding the costs of the procedure “, reads the proposal on which we are working. According to the judges,” we should introduce a presumption of reinforced law on the ownership of movable property that is found at the debtor’s residence “. And to improve the protection of public credits, work is being done on the ineffectiveness, compared to the financial administration, of the free documents transcribed after notification of bills for an amount equal to or greater than the minimum required for mortgage registration.