Et formuesgode kan være fast eiendom (som for eksempel huset, hytte, tomt m.m.), bankkonti, verdipapir, bil, båt eller annet verdifullt løsøre som kan omgjøres til penger ved utleie, salg m.m.
Vanlige klær, hjelpemidler som skyldner trenger i sitt yrke eller utdanning og ting som har særlig personlig verdi for skyldner, kan likevel ikke tas utlegg i.
How do I appeal?
|1 An appeal must be in writing.
|2 It must be clear what your appeal concerns (attachment of earnings/benefits, claims, tax set-off etc.).
|3 You must state the grounds for your appeal.
|4 You must state what you wish to achieve by the appeal (stop in deductions, cancellation of a claim etc.).
|5 You must sign the appeal.
|6 Enclose relevant documentation.
|7 Send the appeal to us by post.
You are entitled to appeal against the case processing and our decisions concerning you. In many cases, we must forward your appeal to the party that established the claim (e.g. NRK, the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund, the police).
Deadlines for appealing against the enforcement of claims
You can appeal as long as legal enforcement of the claim has not been concluded.
- In connection with attachment liens, you can appeal against the National Collection Agency's (NCA) decision or actions as long as NCA has not petitioned for enforced satisfaction of the claim (sale of security).
- In connection with attachments of earnings, you can appeal against the National Collection Agency's (NCA) decision or actions as long as the deduction period has not expired.
You can also appeal against a decision by us to establish an attachment on these assets in particular, but, in such case, you must appeal within one month of having been informed of the attachment.
Other deadlines for appealing can vary from case to case. We will inform you about them by letter.
What happens when you have submitted an appeal?
We consider appeals within three weeks of receiving them.
We will consider whether we will reverse our decision before forwarding the appeal to the correct authority, if relevant.
If your claim is cancelled, any excess amount you have paid will be repaid to you.