According to the relevant laws of our country, after the people s court has sentenced criminals to pay fines, if the criminals do not pay, the people s court will enforce them. If the property is the property of the criminals, the house will be closed.
Article 53 [Payment of Fines] The fines shall be paid in one installment or in installments within the period specified in the judgment. If the payment is not made within the time limit, the payment shall be compulsory. For those who cannot fully pay the fines, the people s court shall, at any time, find that the person subject to execution has property that can be enforced, and shall pay back at any time.
If it is really difficult to pay due to irresistible disasters or other reasons, the payment may be postponed, reduced or exempted as appropriate, as determined by the people s court.
If a penalty is imposed and the payment is not made within the time limit, the people s court shall compulsorily pay it; if it is really difficult to pay due to an irresistible disaster, it may be ruled to reduce or exempt it.
The fine is a kind of additional punishment stipulated in the Criminal Law. It belongs to the property penalty and can be used in combination with various main punishments or alone. After the people s court has imposed a fine, the execution of the fine has involved the execution of the fine, that is, payment of the fine This is also an important issue concerning whether the dignity of the law and the fines can be effectively implemented. When a people s court awards a penalty, it should also specify the time limit for payment and specify whether it should be paid in one installment or in installments to facilitate enforcement. Generally speaking, if the amount of the fine is not large, or if the amount of the fine is large, but it is not difficult to pay, you can pay it within a time limit; if the amount of the fine is large, according to the actual situation of the criminals, it is really impossible to pay it at one time, you can limit the time instalments Pay. As for the duration and time of payment, it can be determined according to the economic situation of criminals and the possibility of payment.
(2) If the fine imposed is not paid within the prescribed time limit or the payment is not completed, the people s court may pay it compulsorily. The compulsory payment methods mainly include the people s courts adopting measures such as sealing up and auctioning off criminal property, freezing deposits, withholding, collecting wages or other income, and forcing criminals to pay fines. Of course, compulsory payment is mainly used for criminals who actually have the ability to pay without paying fines. Furthermore, if the method of compulsory payment still fails to pay the full penalty, the people s court shall, at any time, find that the enforced person has the property that can be enforced, and shall recover it at any time and turn it into the state treasury.
According to the relevant laws of our country, after the people s court has sentenced criminals to pay fines, if the criminals do not pay, the people s court will enforce them. If the houses are the property of the criminals, the houses will be closed.