The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the statistics of agreement indicator during 9 months of 2017. The indicator of agreement and division between the parties reached 9 823 cases from January including September of 2017;
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes statistics of consultation provided for citizens during 9 months of 2017. From January including September of 2017, the Services and Brand Development Office of National Bureau of Enforcement provided 168 904 different kinds of consultation to citizens. Including:
Employees of National Bureau of Enforcement organized exhibition-sale of paintings and handmade items. The staff of the Bureau dedicated the exhibition of their works to the opening of a new police building. The exhibition included oil, gouache, dye and pastel paintings, graphic works, handmade accessories, knitted hats and more. Selling of the items was arranged between employees of National Bureau of Enforcement. The bureau will transfer the received funds to charity organization - the Mothers' Fund.
Representatives of the Kazakhstan Government, Ministry of Economy and non-governmental sector visited the National Bureau of Enforcement and got acquainted with the specificity of the activities of agency in detail, including the stages of enforcement proceedings, the approach of the bureau towards debtors, the policy and the results of the agreement. The e-auction and non-enforcement services of National Bureau of Enforcement came in the field of interest of the guests: simplified proceedings, statement of facts, assessment, and insolvency.The guests visited the Office of National Bureau of Enforcement and viewed the space of consultation with citizens.
For the first time during the existence of the enforcement police, a comfortable and well-equipped office was built which was especially adapted to their needs. The new building was opened by the Minister of Justice and the Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement.The new police office is adapted both to the interests of employees and citizens. Separate spaces in the building are allocated for receiving consultation services and citizens. As a majority of LEPLs operating in the field of the Ministry of Justice, the building of enforcement police is also fully adapted to persons with disabilities.
How to create a modern enforcement system that will be more effective and more adaptable to European standards - Minister of Justice of Georgia held a working meeting on these issues with the executives and enforcement police officers. Tea Tsulukiani introduced the innovations of the Enforcement Code to employees of the National Bureau of Enforcement and enforcement police. According to the statement of the Minister, it is time for enforcement process of Georgia to be improved and to be more adapted to modern European standards.
The Kyrgyz delegation visited the National Bureau of Enforcement. The representatives of Oshi Municipality listened to the information about the Georgian enforcement proceedings and non-enforcement services of the Bureau. Their particular interest was caused by the electronic proceedings. The guests got acquainted with statement of the facts, simplified case proceeding and services of electronic auction. Kyrgyz guests visited the Office of National Bureau of Enforcement and viewed the space of consultation with citizens and viewed the space of consultation with citizens. Kyrgyz delegation visited Georgia for five days.
The National Bureau of Enforcement offers a new service for citizens - electronic shop. The sequestered property within enforcement proceedings will be placed on the web site by 80% of market value.www.eshop.nbe.gov.ge allows any individual and juridical person to purchase the desired property in a comfortable environment without leaving home.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes statistics of consultations rendered to the citizens during 6 months of 2017. From January through June 2017, the Information Service of the National Bureau of Enforcement provided up to 106,000 consultations on various issues to the citizens, including:
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the report of the Summary Proceedings for 6 months of 2017.From January through June 2017, the summary proceedings office received 14,355 applications for payment of arrears, of which 656 applicants were refused from proceedings, based on the requirements of the law. From January through June 2017, the summary proceedings case managers accepted 14,866 applications for production and completed 10,293 during 6 months;