Is French pension body allowed to seize money?

My husband is in dispute with Cipav, the pension body for self-employed professionals,  over unpaid contributions. A court found in its favour and we are in negotiation to work out a payment plan. My husband and myself have received letters from our bank for a saisie-attribution on our joint account. As the debt belongs to my husband, can Cipav block a joint account?   J.L.

In theory, this depends on your marriage regime.

Marriage regimes set the legal structure between the couple to the marriage.

At one end, there is communauté universelle, where all your assets are owned by the couple. 

The other extreme is séparation de biens, where you own your assets in ...

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