What is the difference between an amicable procedure and a contentious procedure?
The amicable recovery procedure remains outside the judicial framework of the courts. It does not make it possible to obtain by force the payment of the claim. The amicable procedure consists of negotiating and finding common ground with the debtor in order to obtain the expected settlement from him.
However, the amicable recovery procedure is an essential prerequisite for any legal recovery procedure. In fact, a judge who will examine a request for an order for payment, for example, will first check that all the amicable steps have been taken before the litigation procedure has been launched.
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