H-4.1, r. 13.1 - Tariff of fees of court bailiffs

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34. In connection with the seizure of immovables, a bailiff is entitled to a fee of
(a)  $43 for drawing up the minutes of the seizure of an immovable the bailiff executed;
(b)  $43 for a decision rendered by the bailiff on the sale of an immovable by agreement proposed by the debtor;
(c)  $50 for the publication of a notice of sale of immovable property in the sales register;
(d)  $12 for the publication in the sales register of a subsequent notice of sale, required under a provision of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01), pertaining to immovable property;
(d.1)  $12 for the publication of the certificate provided for in article 3069 of the Civil Code;
(e)  $75 for the sale of an immovable, whether the sale is by agreement, through a call for tenders or by auction.
Where the sale is through a call for tenders, the bailiff is entitled to hourly fees to allow all tenderers to ascertain the condition of the immovable to be sold, for a maximum of 3 hours.
The bailiff is also entitled to travelling fees to travel to the location of the immovable to be sold;
(f)  $75 for signing a contract for the sale of an immovable before a notary.
The bailiff is also entitled to travelling fees to travel to the notary’s office;
(g)  $37 for filing the bailiff’s report with the court office following the seizure of an immovable;
(h)  $298 for preparing a collocation scheme and distributing the proceeds of the sale of an immovable;
(i)  $12 for search in the land register.
O.C. 1096-2015, s. 34; 136-2019O.C. 136-2019, s. 11.
34. In connection with the seizure of immovables, a bailiff is entitled to a fee of
(a)  $43 for drawing up the minutes of the seizure of an immovable the bailiff executed;
(b)  $43 for a decision rendered by the bailiff on the sale of an immovable by agreement proposed by the debtor;
(c)  $50 for the publication of a notice of sale of immovable property in the sales register;
(d)  $12 for the publication in the sales register of a subsequent notice of sale, required under a provision of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01), pertaining to immovable property;
(e)  $75 for the sale of an immovable, whether the sale is by agreement, through a call for tenders or by auction.
Where the sale is through a call for tenders, the bailiff is entitled to hourly fees to allow all tenderers to ascertain the condition of the immovable to be sold, for a maximum of 3 hours.
The bailiff is also entitled to travelling fees to travel to the location of the immovable to be sold;
(f)  $75 for signing a contract for the sale of an immovable before a notary.
The bailiff is also entitled to travelling fees to travel to the notary’s office;
(g)  $37 for filing the bailiff’s report with the court office following the seizure of an immovable;
(h)  $298 for preparing a collocation scheme and distributing the proceeds of the sale of an immovable;
(i)  $12 for search in the land register.
O.C. 1096-2015, s. 34.