Your discount only applies for the initial advance payment. That means, until the bailiff receives an enforceable title (judgement). Concretely, that means that the bailiff will then already have paid a visit to your debtor with an official demand for payment. This is followed by a statutory period of one month and 8 days during which the debtor is given the opportunity to pay.
However, if no payment is forthcoming during that period and no formal protest is filed, then the bailiff can take the claim to the next level and proceed with a seizure or sale of your debtor's property. Once the procedure reaches this phase, there may be additional costs. The 50% discount from LAR does not apply for these additional costs. Of course, we will also make every effort to recover these costs from your debtor.
But no worries, none of this will happen without your consent. If no payment is made following the reminder, our bailiff will first contact you to find out if you want to go further with the procedure.