The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the report on simplified proceedings during 3 months of 2020. Since January through March of 2020, 5 267 application about debts were entered in the service of simplified proceedings; The service of simplified proceedings completed 4 799 cases during 3 months; During this period, from the completed cases, 51 cases were completed in the term of 10 days of voluntary payment, but conciliation between parties was confirmed for 703 cases.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the statistics of rendered consultations for citizens during 3 months of 2020. Since January through March of 2020, the services and brands development service public relations division of the National Bureau of Enforcement rendered 74 708 various types of consultation for the citizens. Including:
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the statistics of the conciliation between the parties during 3 months of 2020.Since January through March of 2020, the National Bureau of Enforcement had a settlement and split rate of 2,654 cases; During the reporting period, 114 cases from the cases of evocation of the property from illegal ownership were completed by the conciliation between the parties and therefore forced evictions were not carried out;During the same period, in the result of the settlement, the declared auctions were terminated in 185 cases and the properties were not sold;
Enforcement proceedings and not the enforcement services are again available. The creditor/applicant is entitled remotely, through the portal my.gov.ge or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org online submit the enforcement documentation into the National Bureau of Enforcement. During online submitting of the documentation in order to identify, the telephone number, copy of the identification card and the bank details issued by the bank institution need to be indicated by the creditor. If required, the executor will verify the correctness of the information specified by this section and ownership of the creditor. The proceeding will be initiated without the original document of the enforcement paper/enforcement act.
In order to prevent the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus, The National Bureau of Enforcement is switching to a completely electronic method of operation. Considering the health safety of citizens and the recommendations, since April 6, the National Bureau of Enforcement again renews operating according to the relevant law, however, the process will be implemented simplified and completely online. Simultaneously, within the period of the State of Emergency the different regulations will apply to some services:
National Bureau of Enforcement temporarily stops statement of facts Service. This decision has been made because of the emergency that is caused by the new Coronavirus and to prevent and avoid its spreading. Temporarily, enforcement officers will stop arriving at a place for statement of fact.
National Bureau of Enforcement calls you to refrain from coming to the National Bureau of Enforcement except for urgent cases. You can use our distance services for enforcement proceedings.- Telephone consultation - (032) 2 749 649You can receive information about enforcement proceedings, payment identifiers and general proceedings via our telephone consultation;
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.