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.
Especially good news for Estonian colleagues was the National Bureau of Enforcement's social policy and approach to debtors, on the basis of which the Bureau reached a record level of voluntary settlement of cases between the parties. By 2019, the statistics of eviction and dismantling cases exceeded 90 percent.
The members of the delegation received information on the reforms implemented by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia in order to improve the legal and structural organization and enforcement mechanism in the field of enforcement. In particular, the conversation focused on the reorganization of the enforcement system and the improvement of enforcement legislation, which will move Georgia to a new enforcement model and bring it closer to European standards.
Within the framework of the visit, the Estonian delegation will hold meetings with the territorial enforcement bureaus and private executives. Guests will also be introduced to the Georgian judicial system.
The head of the Estonian Chamber of Executives invited the National Bureau of Enforcement to return to Estonia to develop their relations and experience.