A private Israeli company, which carries out writs of execution, including evictions, seizures and demolitions.
On its website, the company states that it won the demolition tender of the Israeli Civil Administration for the second time in a row. The Civil Administration entrusted in the hands of the company the execution of the demolition and the overall responsibility for the procedure, including the planning and coordination of security measures. The company’s website reveals its work methods: “Demolitions are executed by our company in the turn-key project method. In other words, from the moment of receiving the administrative order and/or judgment, our company performs all necessary coordination with the different sources, including coordination with the police and/or army, ordering engineering equipment, planning the security, preparing an action plan, establishing a timeframe for execution and storing the equipment and/or possessions that are found on the site.”
The company’s employees and equipment were documented twice during 2011 in the Palestinian villages of the South Hebron Hills, an area populated by Bedouin communities who suffer from an increasing number of demolitions. On 12 January 2011, E.T. Legal Services demolished 13 structures, including a classroom operating as the local school, in the village of Dkaika. On 24 November 2011, the company demolished three houses in the village of Khirbet M’fakara and a structure and a tent in the village of Susya.
On its website, the company takes special pride in “a large number of complicated demolitions in villages in the Arab sector.”
E.T. Legal Services employees during house demolitions in the village of Khirbet M'fakara
The Company is owned by the Bivas family (76%) and Tal Kimron (24%).
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