BCR’s disgruntled clients to pay RON 56,000-legal expenses

A group of dissatisfied clients of the Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR) have to pay legal expenses of RON 56,267, after the Bucharest Court of Appeal rejected, irrevocably, the petition filed by the Piperea & Associates law firm, to suspend the payment of instalments on loans, finding it unfounded, Mediafax informs.
Over 200 people are involved in this case, and the first decision in this case was issued on November 15, when the Bucharest Court decided to reject petitions for the issuing of a presidential ordinance and to compel BCR to pay legal expenses, as unwarranted.

“The bank never intended for things to end up in court. It is regrettable that unrealistic expectations were created, which will result in a waste of time and money for the clients,” BCR representatives stated.

They argue that the clients who face difficulties in the payment of loans should come to the bank for talks and look, together, for the best solution, one that both parties would accept, based on a number of factors, including the present state of the income, the value of guarantees and each individual client’s payment history.

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