Minister of Justice of Georgia spoke to the Parliament about the cases settled by the National Bureau of Enforcement. During a Minister's Hour, Rati Bregadze emphasized the high results of the reconciliation achieved with the involvement of social workers and parties' interest managers in the category of compulsory enforcement and eviction.
The minister of justice of Georgia spoke about the importance of establishing the digital management in the enforcement process. Speaking about the development of international relations and sharing international practice, Rati Bregadze focused on the International Conference of Judicial Officers hosted by Georgia in September 2022.
The National Bureau of Enforcement and Tbilisi Free Academy have signed a Memorandum on Cooperation. According to the Memorandum, in scope of a Law Bachelor Program, a practical study course will be developed for students in order to advance their professional skills. At the same time, the National Bureau of Enforcement will conduct trainings and seminars for the students of Tbilisi Free Academy in order to raise their awareness of the enforcement process and to popularize the profession of a judicial officer. Based on the agreement, the National Bureau of Enforcement undertakes the obligation to facilitate the improvement of the students' respect practical skills and involve them into the Bureau's work.
Erekle Ghvinianidze introduced the members of the International Union's permanent council to the results of active partnership with international organizations and thanked them for their cooperation. The Deputy Minister has paid particular attention to modern and digital services introduced in the Georgian enforcement system such as: Statement of facts, simplified proceedings, electronic enforcement proceedings program etc. These programs made proceeding more flexible for judicial officers and more available for citizens.
A training on the services of the National Bureau of Enforcement and the enforcement proceedings was held for students of the law faculty of Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA).The future lawyers received the information about the activities of the National Bureau of Enforcement. During the seminar, they were acquainted with the enforcement system of Georgia, legal base of launching the enforcement, its stages, electronic auction; also, real cases were discussed and reviewed.
A training on the services of the National Bureau of Enforcement and the enforcement proceedings was held for law faculty students of Georgian National University.The future lawyers received the information about the activities of the National Bureau of Enforcement. During the seminar, they were acquainted with the enforcement system of Georgia, legal base of launching the enforcement, its stages, electronic auction; also, real cases were discussed and reviewed.
Representatives of the National Bureau of Enforcement introduced the members of the Private Judicial Officers Association of Ukraine to the enforcement system of Georgia, the electronic services and the structure of the Bureau. Georgian and Ukrainian colleagues held the working meeting via an online platform. They discussed the functions and obligations of the National Bureau of Enforcement and those of private judicial officers. The representatives of the Bureau shared with their colleagues the experience of working with the mixed model and the planned reforms. Ukrainian party was especially interested with the role and functions of the Enforcement Police of the National Bureau of Enforcement in the process of enforcement.
A cooperation Memorandum was signed between the National Bureau of Enforcement and Guram Tavartkiladze Tbilisi Teaching University. According to the Memorandum, in scope of the bachelor and master programs of the law and private law faculties of the University, a practical learning course will be elaborated for development of the master and bachelor students' professional skills.
The National Bureau of Enforcement is creating a new document on its activity strategy. According to the new strategy, all those challenges will identified, which The National Bureau of Enforcement faces, including, program and digital update, remote availability of the services and an ultimate transparency of the enforcement process. According to the statement of Mirian Kharabadze, a chairperson of The National Bureau of Enforcement, the activities of the Bureau shift to more modern process of the activity where its digital and technological achievements will maximally reflected.
Erekle Ghvinianidze, a deputy minister of Justice of Georgia, introduced the new vice chairperson of the Bureau and the new chairperson of the Internal Control Department to the employees of The National Bureau of Enforcement. Nika Eloshvili was appointed as a deputy chairperson of The National Bureau of Enforcement. He is an experienced officer in the enforcement system. Nika Eloshvili is a former judicial officer for The National Bureau of Enforcement. During the recent years, he was a private judicial officer.