If the losing party (the debtor) in the case fails to pay the amount specified within the time limit, you, as the creditor, can take the following measures to force execution:
examine the debtor on his or her property and income;
seize the debtor’s movable property (for example, a car);
seize other property owned by the debtor but in the possession of a third party (for example, the debtor’s wages or bank balance);
seize immovable property belonging to the debtor, with the exception of the debtor’s main residence.
Intervention by a bailiff
You cannot take measures to force execution yourself. You must act through a bailiff, except if the only measure planned is to seize the debtor’s income in the hands of a third person.
If the only measure planned is to seize the debtor’s income in the hands of a third person, you can prepare the notice of execution yourself, with help from the clerk. You must send a copy of the notice by registered mail to the debtor and garnishee, or have it served by a bailiff.
The bailiff’s fees are paid by the debtor, within the limits provided by law.