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Which coercive security measures or enforcement measures can be applied when there is a decision on applying an emergency interim order?

The following coercive measures to secure and enforce judgement can be applied should a decision be made to apply an emergency interim order:

(i) Coercive performance of an obligation to do/not to do certain jobs; appointment of a guardian for minors pursuant to a judgement or decision; coercive reemployment of employees to implement a decision on prohibiting or forcing the involved parties to do certain acts; consigning minors to individuals or organizations for care, fostering, nurturing and education; suspending enforcement of decisions on the dismissal of employees;

(ii) Coercive measures to deduct money from accounts; recover and handle money and valuable papers of judgement debtors; deductions from the income of judgement debtor; distraint and handling of assets of judgement debtors, including property held by third parties; forcible transfer of objects and transfer of property rights and papers to implement a decision on forcing the performance of part of the alimony obligation or the obligation to pay compensation for loss of life or damage to health; forcing employers to make advance payments of salary, wages, labor accident or occupational disease compensation to employees;

(iii) Coercive measures to handle assets when enforcement is in dispute to implement an emergency interim order on distraint of disputed assets;

(iv) Security measures involving freezing of accounts, seizure of assets and papers; suspension of registration or transfer of ownership or change in the current state of assets to implement a decision on prohibiting the transfer of property rights to disputed assets; prohibition of changes to the current state of disputed assets; freezing accounts at banks or other credit institutions; freezing of assets at places of deposit; freezing the assets of the obligor;

(v) Coercive measures: distraining, handling the assets the of judgement debtor, including the assets held by third parties; valuating the seized assets; revaluating the seized assets; handing over assets for judgement enforcement, selling the seized assets to implement a decision on permitting the harvest and sale of cash crops or other commodity products.

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