End of the Exemption
The exemption may end in any of the following situations:
- The creditor of support is not receiving payments from the debtor of support. To inform us, the creditor can send us a duly completed copy of the Application for Cessation of Exemption (form PPA-104-V) by registered mail.
- The creditor and debtor apply jointly to end the exemption. To do so, the creditor and the debtor can send us a duly completed copy of the Application for Cessation of Exemption (form PPA-104-V) by registered mail.
- The debtor fails to provide security to us within 30 days after the date of the judgment.
- The debtor fails to maintain the security.
- The debtor fails to establish the trust guaranteeing the payment of the support.
As soon as the exemption ends, the debtor must pay the support to us. If he or she does not do so, we will take measures to recover the amounts owed. Another exemption cannot then be granted at a later date.
The exemption can also end when the support obligation ends. In such a case, the above-mentioned consequences do not apply.