Does the compulsory enforcement officer have right to levy of execution on the salary and other incomes of the debtor?

In case there are grounds prescribed by law, a compulsory enforcement officer has the right to levy execution upon the salary of a debtor and the fees equalled thereto, the funded and voluntary funded pensions of the debtor, the scholarship of the debtor and remunerations received through the use of objects of intellectual property, as well as the state pensions of the debtor, but upon a certain percentage of them, not the whole amount. In particular:

–      up to 75% may be deducted from the salary and fees equalled thereto, funded pensions and voluntary funded pensions, a scholarship and remunerations received through the use of objects of intellectual property, if they are levied in execution with the view to paying alimony or compensating for damage caused to health, damage caused by loss of breadwinner or damage caused by crime;

–      up to 50% may be deducted from incomes specified for the purpose of meeting other requirements;

–      up to 30% may be deducted from the state pensions of a debtor.