As part of efforts to improve the execution of court verdicts, the Ministry of Justice has appointed 21 bailiffs for the first time under a pilot plan to set up private bailiff offices in Ho Chi Minh City by 2012. The bailiffs, selected from about 90 candidates from various agencies, are aged between 30 and 58 and include 14 lawyers from the HCMC Bar and seven former police officers and court officers and court executors. To be appointed bailiffs, lawyers must withdraw from the bar while other officials have to quit their jobs, the ministry said. The duties of a bailiff include executing writs and other court orders and preparing legal records at the request of individuals, organizations, and official agencies. Initially five bailiff’s offices will be set up in Districts 1, 5, and 8, Binh Thanh, and Tan Binh. The HCM City Department of Justice will announce procedures for their establishment soon. Speaking at a ceremony February 10 to hand the new bailiffs their appointment orders, Deputy Minister of Justice Nguyen Duc Chinh said once the bailiff’s offices open, citizens can choose between them and public agencies to get civil verdicts executed. Every year courts in the city require… Read full this story
- HCMC gets new Party Secretary
- Ms. Ly Viet Trung appointed to Editor-in-chief of HCMC Women Newspaper
- Progressives frustrated with representation as Biden Cabinet takes shape
- Biden's energy and climate appointments: A return to 'the swamp'
- 2020: Cases, events that shaped judiciary during pandemic
- WGA West President David A. Goodman Urges Members To “Hold Together” In Fight With Agencies
- Your essential guide to the vaccine roll-out: Jab venues, how you'll get your appointment and who gets priority
- BALCO CEO, Abhijit Pati recognised amongst most promising business leaders of Asia 20-21
- Post Premium: Top stories for the week of Dec. 21-27
- Joe Thornton returns to ‘home away from home’ in Davos
21 appointed as HCMC bailiff's agencies take shape have 298 words, post on sggpnews.org.vn at February 11, 2010. This is cached page on xBlogs. If you want remove this page, please contact us.