Beijing’s courts had frozen 13.57 billion yuan(about 2 billion U.S. dollars) capital from 2016 to 2018, according to a press conference held by the Higher People's Court of Beijing Municipality (HPCBM) on January 10, 2019.
Beijing’s courts have constantly put forward the informatization construction of enforcement in recent years, said Yang Yue, chief of the Enforcement Bureau of the HPCBM.
Beijing’s courts have practically strengthened efforts in assets’ check & control and disposition, and adoption of the compulsory means, which further has improved the efficiency of enforcement work.
Data provided by HPCBM show, Beijing’s courts newly accepted 216,000 enforcement cases and resolved 217,000 ones in 2018.
Meanwhile, the total amount of money subject to cases that they completely enforced was 88.6 billion yuan, up 47.3 percent year-on-year.
In terms of assets’ check and control, Beijing’s courts have provided check and freeze services for 680,200 cases via the online check-and-control system since 2016.
Beijing’s courts have found 344,000 items of house property and land, 2.07 million vehicles, 13.3 billion shares and 521 million yuan deposits in Internet-based banks.
Beijing’s courts have intensified efforts to restrain the defaulters who “refused to fulfill court rulings” in accordance with the law.
In 2018, Beijing’s courts fined 123 defaulters 6.39 million yuan, detained 1,445 defaulters, restricted 3,047 defaulters’ exit and entry rights, took measures to restrict 194,801 defaulters’ high-expenditure consumption.
Besides, totally 74 defaulters who had refused to fulfill court orders were sued by public prosecution, 25 ones sued by private prosecution and 19 sentenced in 2018.
Beijing’s courts had released over 230,000 pieces of information about defaulters during 2016-2018.
They had restricted 670,000 defaulters to buy air tickets, 106,000 to buy bullet trains and high-speed railway train tickets and banned 22,000 from applying for a car registration by a license-plate lottery system.
Totally 33,000 once defaulters subject to enforcement had fulfilled their obligations under the pressure of credit punishment during the three years.
Beijing’s courts also conducted online concentrated disposal and display activities like the online judicial auctions of involved house property, vehicles and electronic products.
As of December 31, 2018, Beijing’s courts had generated a total volume of transaction amounting to 33.7 billion yuan, with 0.67 billion yuan commission saved.
Yang said, Beijing’s courts will strive to establish a long-term mechanism of “basically resolving the problem of difficult enforcement” and make the public sense the fairness and justice in each and every case in 2019.