Section 169. Obstruction of legal enforcement

A penalty of a fine or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months shall be applied to any person who
  1. a.
    unlawfully eliminates, damages, conceals, carries off or disposes of goods that are subject to distraint, encumbrance, a freezing order or a seizure order,
  2. b.
    breaks or damages a seal affixed by a public authority, or
  3. c.
    obstructs execution of an eviction order relating to real property or a ship.
If the offence does not fall within the scope of a stricter penal provision, the same penalty shall be applied to any person who despite the order of a general or special execution and enforcement authority intentionally or negligently fails to
  1. a.
    effect attachment in respect of claims as specified in section 2-8, first paragraph, a) to d) of the Satisfaction of Claims Act, or
  2. b.
    pay sums deducted in respect of such claims as specified in the second paragraph, a), in accordance with the order.