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Article 115-1
The effect of compulsory enforcement against salaries or other continual payment claims, within the extent of the amount of a creditor's claim and the compulsory enforcement cost, shall apply until the creditor has received full repayment of its claim, including any increased amount incurred during the enforcement process, from the total amount collected in accordance with the court's seizure order..
The extent of a seizure order issued for the following claims shall not exceed one-third of the amount of each installment:
1. The continual remuneration claims obtained by a natural person for providing labor services.
2. The continual payment claims, which are required for the purpose of maintaining the basic lifestyle of the debtor and/or his/her relatives living with him/her.
In a case as described in the preceding paragraph, the enforcement court may not be limited by the rules relating to seizure proportions, if the court deems that there is unfairness after considering the living conditions of the debtor and the creditor and other circumstances. However, the debtor's living expenses should be set aside and not included in the seizure.
The enforcement court may order that any amount collected from the debtor pursuant to the court's seizure order in Paragraph 1 of this article be transferred to creditors. However, when the debtor loses his/her rights or a third party loses the ability to pay, the transfer order shall cease to have effect to the extent of the creditor's unrepaid claim, and the creditor may petition for continuing the enforcement without being charged the enforcement costs.