Uzbekistan's delegation of experts was introduced to the model of effective implementation of the enforcement process and the services of the National Bureau of Enforcement.The working visit of Uzbek guests to Georgia was carried out in the framework of the USAID / UNDP "Partnership for the Rule of Law in Uzbekistan" project. The delegation included 10 court officials and several UNDP staff. The purpose of the visit was to get acquainted with the reforms in the justice system and to share experience with different agencies.
A meeting was held at the National Bureau of Enforcement within the framework of the project "Promoting the Rule of Law in Georgia". Deputy Head of the Project Brian Leduc met with the Deputy Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement, Mirian Kharabadze and the Heads of Departments.
Representatives of the Estonian Chamber of Executives got acquainted with the specifics of the Georgian enforcement system and the services of the National Bureau of Enforcement. The members of the delegation received information regarding the Georgian enforcement system, the planning procedures and stages, the Bureau's electronic and non-enforcement services. They were particularly interested in electronic proceedings and auction. Discussions focused on the specifics of the assessment service and insolvency proceedings and the planned reforms.
Socially Vulnerable, Retired, War and Defense Veterans, People with Disabilities, Single Parents, Minors and Internally Displaced Persons Will Be Exempted from Administrative Sanctions on one-time basis - The draft law prepared by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia has been approved by the Parliament.The project will cover about 37 350 cases. According to the law, citizens will be exempted from the sanctions in amount of approximately 23 538 178 GEL. Persons who have committed administrative offenses before January 15, 2019, will be exempted. The law will also list the penalties accrued on the citizens along with the fines.
Representatives of the Estonian Chamber of Executives got acquainted with the specifics of the Georgian enforcement system and the services of the National Bureau of Enforcement. The members of the delegation received information on the Georgian enforcement system, planning of procedures and stages, the Bureau's electronic and non-enforcement services. Their areas of special interest were electronic proceedings and auctioning. Discussions focused on the specifics of the assessment service and insolvency proceedings and the planned reforms.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes six months report of simplified proceedings for 2019.From January including June of 2019, 19 173 applications were entered in simplified proceedings service on payment of debt; Within 6 months simplified proceeding service completed 18 926 cases; From the completed cases in the mentioned period, within 10 days of voluntary payment, payment was made in 90 cases, and the settlement was approved - in 1 726 cases.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes settlement indicator statistics of the six-month of 2019.From January, 2019 including June, the indicator of settlements and divisions between parties amounted to 6 834 in the National Bureau of Enforcement. Within the reporting period 248 cases were completed with settlement from the cases of withdrawal of property from illegal ownership and consequently forced eviction was not carried out;
National Bureau of Enforcement publishes statistics of rendered consultations for citizens within 6 months of 2019.From January including June of 2019, the Customer Relations Department of Services and Brand Development office of National Bureau of Enforcement has provided 162 493 different kinds of consultation to citizens.
The delegation of the National Bureau of Enforcement got acquainted with the European executive systems and the specificity of executor's activities. Employees of the National Bureau of Enforcement, together with representatives of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia and private executors, were on a study visit to Holland and Portugal. During the study visit, the Georgian delegation visited the Enforcement Agencies of Holland and Portugal. Participants got acquainted with local enforcement systems, the specifics of private executor's activities, executive program and technical provision, functions of controlling organs of the enforcement activities and control mechanisms. Particular attention was paid to the specifics of the arrangement, functions and role distribution of private executors of Holland and Portugal. Details of the Chamber's relations with other administrative bodies and others.
The lecture-seminar on financial liabilities, expected risks and enforcement procedures was held by the National Bureau of Enforcement for students of Kant's Academy. Within the framework of the project of Preventive Communication, the talk around loan problems was held with pupils of final classes.14-17 year old adolescents received detailed information from the National Bureau of Enforcement about debt, financial liabilities and administrative penalties. On the liabilities and the rights taken under the suretyship, in case of concluding mortgage contract; On the protection against unwanted debt and fines of administrative penalties;