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.
Members of the delegation received significant recommendations on the arrangement of the enforcement system with the modern European method. The training program was implemented in Hague and Lisbon with the support of the EU and the GIZ project. The visit is underway within the institutional reform of the planned enforcement system in Georgia. With the support of the EU, the aim of the GIZ's project, "Improving Commercial Law and Practice of Georgia" is to facilitate the creation and integration of European type of enforcement system in Georgia. The Ministry of Justice of Georgia and the National Bureau of Enforcement have elaborated a new Enforcement Code draft, by which will be enacted the modern enforcement system in the country. Georgian Enforcement System and National Bureau of Enforcement with the new arrangement will become more transparent and effective.