Precautionary seizure: It is the creditor’s request in his claim to throw a precautionary seizure on the debtor’s money and to prevent him from disposing of his money or part of it temporarily until the end of the dispute or the lawsuit.
Cases in which the creditor has the right to request the seizure of the debtor’s funds:
1- If the debtor does not have a stable home in Syria.
2 – If the creditor fears the debtor’s flight, and this has serious reasons.
- If the debt insurance is threatened with loss.
- If the creditor has an official or ordinary deed payable and not suspended on a condition.
5 – If the debtor is a merchant and serious reasons arise with which he is expected to smuggle or conceal his funds.
- If the creditor submitted papers or evidence that the court deems sufficient to demonstrate the probability of a debt being in the debtor’s possession.
The Precautionary seizure shall be signed by a decision of the Interim Relief Judge, in whose jurisdiction the money to be seized shall be located.