Participants to enforcement proceedings are parties and/or their representatives.
Parties to enforcement proceedings are the claimant and the debtor.
The claimant is the citizen or legal person, the Republic of Armenia or community or foreign State, in favour or in the interests of which a writ of execution has been issued.
The debtor is the citizen or legal person, the Republic of Armenia or community or foreign State, which, in accordance with the writ of execution, is obliged to perform certain actions or to refrain from performing them.
Two or more claimants or debtors may take part in enforcement proceedings. Each claimant or debtor acts on his own against the other party in enforcement proceedings. He may also assign one of co-participants to take part in enforcement proceedings.
During enforcement proceedings, parties have the right to:
- enter into a settlement agreement;
- assign to another person the rights under the writ of execution;
- acquaint themselves with, and draw extracts from, materials of enforcement proceedings, get photocopies;
- make motions;
- take part in enforcement actions;
- provide oral and written explanations, present arguments and observations on all emerging issues;
- challenge motions, arguments, and observations of other persons taking part in enforcement proceedings;
- file recusal motions;
- appeal against actions of compulsory enforcement officer;
- enjoy other rights vested in them by the Law of the Republic of Armenia "On compulsory enforcement of judicial acts".
During enforcement proceedings, parties are obliged to comply with the requirements of Law of the Republic of Armenia "On compulsory enforcement of judicial acts".
Citizens may take part in enforcement proceedings in person or through their representatives.
Participation of legal persons in enforcement proceedings is performed through bodies or officials thereof acting within the scope of powers vested in them by law or by the Statute of the legal person or through representatives.
Persons acting on behalf of a legal person are obliged to hold documents confirming their official status or powers.