I'll try to be as brief as possible. My mother is having a battle for survival right now, as the Court here delivered a verdict to deduct 2/3 of her pension every month, leaving her with cca 100€ monthly to survive... The verdict was brought several years ago, on the amount of 8260 US$ plus Court and trial fees plus the interest on both the main amount and fees, which doubled the figure (approximately). I say approximately because it's impossible to determine the exact amount as this information is not available, plus the interest is calculated continously until the end of the process. She appealed to all the highest courts, including the Supreme Court here in Serbia and even the Court in Strasbourg, France. All the appeals were denied, and the verdict is being executed for some time now.
My mother is still alive thanks to her ascetic life, but above all thanks to elderly sitting job for a while. Unfortunately, that job has ended some time ago, and it's not easy for her to find some other job, as she's 64 years old and is suffering from angina pectoris, so she can't even work as a cleaning lady or something similar.
As for the subject of the trial, I don't know how many characters am I allowed to write here, and I would need a lot of space, so I'll try to make a long story (very) short and say that my mother was legally assigned a flat by the State, from where she was expelled after some years, and plus the State retroactively demanded the money for renting it (!?) - the above amount of 8260 US$ is for renting the flat. So, she appealed on both matters (the eviction and the money claim) and was rejected. There is just one thing that can be said here: law and justice are not always the same. Now I'm addressing to you in order to somewhat correct that injustice.
The idea is to collect the full amount - my guess is that this amount is cca 15000€ at this point, before it gets bigger as the interest is active, and to pay it all at once, leaving my mom with her full pension monthly (cca 300€), which is the amount that's enough for her to survive...
Detailed documentation exists, of course, and is available.
Thank you in advance to all the good people,