On January 21 the results of activities carried out during the year 2018 were discussed and summarized in the Compulsory Enforcement Service.
In the morning, prior to summarizing consultation, the official oath ceremony and handling of service certificates to 10 newly appointed compulsory enforcement officers took place.
The invited working consultation was moderated by the Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer of the Republic of Armenia, Colonel of Justice Hakob Hakobyan.
During the meeting, in accordance with the approved agenda, the heads of the departments of the Service presented annual reports both on levies of execution, on closed and stricken out enforcement proceedings implemented by the compulsory enforcement officers, and on accomplished key events by the departments.
In 2018 the amount of levies of execution and recoveries, by property and non-property enforcement proceedings, realized by the Service was 28 539 414 146 AMD, which exceeded the same index of 2017 by approximately 6,7%.
In 2018, 2 702 813 enforcement proceedings were processed. This figure exceeds the same index of 2017 by approximately 68,9%.
In the reporting period the number of stricken out enforcement proceedings by the Service was 1 725 919, which exceeds the same figure for the previous reporting period by approximately 275,5% (considered by the amnesty of administrative acts).
952 571 enforcement proceedings were closed which, in its turn, is less than the same index of 2017 by approximately 13,7%.
The number of residual enforcement proceedings at the end of the year was 24 323.
Among other issues relating to enforcement proceedings, the works aimed at improving the process of forced electronic auctions were also presented and discussed during the consultation. The Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer of the Republic of Armenia gave relevant assignments to raise publicity and transparency of the process of realisation of property.
Hakob Hakobyan referred to proper maintenance of terms of implementation of enforcement proceedings, marking that the whole process would be highly controlled by the leadership of the Service.
Addressing the average monthly workload of compulsory enforcement officers, the Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer stressed the importance of definition of the reasonable threshold of enforcement proceedings’ residual, and this was given as an assignment to the heads of the departments of the Service.
During the working meeting, the results of complex or electoral inspections of enforcement proceedings carried out in the departments of the Service during the reporting year were presented. By the orders of the Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer, 14 service investigations were implemented, by the results of which 14 compulsory enforcement officers were subject to disciplinary sanctions, including 1 severe reprimand, 12 reprimands and 1 demotion in position.
At the end of the working meeting, by the results of the works carried out in 2018, the employees of the Service were rewarded.
By the orders the Minister of Justice of RA, Arman Poghosyan, Head of Abovyan Territorial Division of Kotayk Marz Department, Lieutenant Colonel of Justice, and Vahagn Stepanyan, Head of Masis Territorial Division of Ararat Marz Department, Lieutenant Colonel of Justice were awarded with the badges “Honorary Worker of the Compulsory Enforcement Service”.
By the order of the Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer, Pavel Grigoryan, Head of Erebuni-Nubarashen Department of Yerevan City, Colonel of Justice was awarded with the medal “For impeccable service".
By the orders of Hakob Hakobyan, the annual transitional prizes of "Best Department of the Compulsory Enforcement Service’s Central Body" and "Best Department of Yerevan city or Marz Department of the Compulsory Enforcement Service" were handled to the Auction Organising and Property Realisation Department, in the person of the Head of the Department, Lieutenant Colonel of Justice Tigran Hakobyan, and to Ararat Marz Department, in the person of the Head of the Department, Colonel of Justice Aleksandr Hambardzumyan. The Head of the Service congratulated the best department title winning subdivisions, noting that dual responsibility was laying down on them in order to improve the achieved indicators.