The removal of the old debt that occurred prior to the EFCF on January 1, 2017, and the freezing of all mandatory restoration measures to be taken by the Insurance Debt Recovery Center (KEAO) were made by the Deputy Finance Minister Tassos Petropoulos yesterday Signed.
Once the minister's decision is published in the Gazette, NFPA will be required to provide electronic debt repayment via a dedicated platform within the next few days.
While this process is expected to be straightforward, there will also be safeguards to prevent the exploitation of favorable terms by so-called strategically bad subscribers. It is therefore expected that mandatory actions against the debtor will be suspended until the deletion decision is adopted, but not in the case of unfounded or false applications. Specifically, the first three ministerial decisions have a "reasonable doubt" and process the old debt that was written before January 1, 2017 as follows:
One. Those who are covered by previous OAEE and previous OGA coverage due to activation in a specific population-based area. The terms of the merger will cover both OGA's full coverage during the period OAEE is required to pay off the debts, as well as two organizations insured for the same activity.
2. The journalist maintained the media service for journalist services and was a "senior citizen" insured from the former CSDPC who was formerly OAEE insured (covered by mandatory insurance until 31 December 1992). In this case, the request may relate to an exemption from any unpaid obligation established in OAEE, including any additional fees, interest, surcharges and other charges. Membership conditions are as follows: a) the inclusion of the two organizations was for journalism services; and b) the full coverage of the ETAP-SME during the OAEE termination.
3. For compulsory insurances with more than one person, the "new" insured person (first compulsory insurance after January 1, 1993) due to status and status. Deletion may be associated with an insurance fund that has committed or non-defaultable debt (including additional fees, interest, surcharges and other charges). However, it is assumed that the former insurance company has full insurance during the period when the former insurer's liability has been lost.
Note: In all cases, ie during the period in which the amortization is requested, the entire insurance requirement will be met even if no premium has been paid. The action applies even if the case is at any stage of the administrative proceeding.
Amortization is proportional to supplementary insurance branches and, if applicable, one-time costs.