The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes a 2021 activity report. In 2021, the National Bureau of Enforcement approved a strategy for maximum digitization of activities. The purpose of the Bureau is:
The digital archive of the National Bureau of Enforcement has already been launched. The materials of enforcement proceedings and other types of cases were completely digitized. According to the Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement, the bureau plans to fully implement the principles of digital governance in its activities, which mean the digitization of documentation and automation of processes within the enforcement proceedings, services, archives and other services.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the 9-month report on Summary Proceedings in 2021.From January to September 2021, 19,417 applications for debt repayment were submitted to the Summary Proceedings Office.In 9 months, the Summary Proceedings office completed 13,528 cases;Out of the completed cases within the mentioned period, within 10 days of voluntary payment, payment was made in 120 cases, and the settlement was approved in 2 798 cases.Demand for the service is growing as more and more decisions are made about the distribution of funds, as well as the number of cases completed within the settlement and voluntary payment period as a result of Summary Proceedings.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes statistics for the 9-month settlement rate in 2021.From January to September 2021, the settlement and distribution rate between the parties at the National Bureau of Enforcement was 6,285 units; During the reporting period, 95 cases of dispossession of property from illegal possession were settled and, consequently, forced evictions were not carried out;During the same period, the auction announced as a result of the settlement was terminated in 325 cases and the property was not sold;
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes statistics on consultations for citizens during the first 9 months of 2021.From January to September 2021, the Service and Brand Development Service of the National Bureau of Enforcement provided 252,053 different types of consultations to citizens. Among them: 238,410 telephone calls were received and consulted, which is several thousand more than last year; 13 643 important questions for citizens received by e-mail were answered;
The National Bureau of Enforcement has completed the process of authorizing insolvency practitioners. There are currently 23 insolvency practitioners in Georgia. The process of selecting insolvency practitioners was carried out by the National Bureau of Enforcement. A special commission, in accordance with the criteria established by law, examined the skills of candidates for insolvency to enter the profession of practitioner.
October 1 marked the 13th anniversary of the establishment of the National Enforcement Bureau as a LEPL.In recent years, LEPL National Bureau of Enforcement has been trying its best to keep pace with global technological development and is introducing/developing digital management in case management. Especially during the pandemic, the bureau managed to make all services accessible remotely and electronically.In addition to an effective enforcement system, the National Bureau of Enforcement continues legal reforms, as well as the development of existing e-services and the introduction of new services.
"Bailiffs, the enforcement police and, in general, the team of the National Bureau of Enforcement today should work even more effectively to make the enforcement system in the country as fast, customer-oriented and transparent as possible," stated Erekle Ghvinianidze, Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement, at a meeting with the Bureau employees. 13 years have passed since the establishment of the LEPL National Bureau of Enforcement. On October 1, 2008, the Enforcement Department of the Ministry of Justice was established as a legal entity of public law.