The easiest way for citizens to submit an application is via the online dunning application procedure(www.online-mahnantrag.de).
With the help of interactive user guidance, applications for the issuance of an order for payment can be entered on the Internet, checked for plausibility and then printed out on normal white paper for submission to the order for payment court. The program also prints out a barcode that can be read automatically in the dunning court. It is important to print in good quality (e.g. laser printer). A form is not required for this. Then send the printed and signed application for the issuance of the order for payment - please unfolded in a DIN A4 envelope - by mail to the Central Order for Payment Court Coburg, Heiligkreuzstraße 22, 96450 Coburg (phone: 09561/878-5). It is also possible to submit follow-up applications or to lodge an objection via the website www.online-mahnantrag.de.
It is also possible to submit an application electronically to the order for payment court using a secure transmission channel as defined in Section 130a (4) of the German Code of Civil Procedure (ZPO), e.g. via the special electronic. Holders of a chip card with a qualified digital signature can send the application recorded on the Internet to the order for payment court online without still having to print it out. Submission by simple e-mail is not permitted. Further information can be found on the website www.online-mahnantrag.de under the tab "Print/Sign", there in the sub-tab "EDA-Download".
If you do not wish to use the "Online Dunning Application", you will need a special application form for submitting the application due to the machine processing. This form is available in paper and stationery shops. Please make sure that you use the valid version (currently version 01.07.2017) of the application form. The completed form must be sent to the Central Dunning Court at the Coburg Local Court (Heiligkreuzstraße 22, 96450 Coburg, telephone: 09561-878-5). If you have difficulties filling out the form, you can contact the legal application office [LM1] at the local court in your place of residence.
Lawyers, public authorities and legal persons under public law [AMD1] must send applications to the (dunning) court in machine-readable form as electronic documents, i.e. online via the dunning procedure described above or by way of online application from professional dunning software.
Objection or opposition
The opposition or objection must be submitted in writing or via a secure means of transmission within the meaning of Section 130a (4) of the Code of Civil Procedure; transmission by simple e-mail is not sufficient. Submission as an electronic document is admissible by means of a qualified electronic signature or by transmission via a secure means of transmission within the meaning of Section 130a (4) of the Code of Civil Procedure in conjunction with a simple digital signature.