The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes statistics on consultations for citizens during the 6 months of 2021.From January to June 2021, the Service and Brand Development Service of the National Bureau of Enforcement provided 171,345 different types of consultations to citizens. between them:
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes the 6-month report on simplified case management of 2021.From January to June 2021, 13,199 debt repayment applications were submitted to the Simplified Case Management Service;In 6 months, the Simplified Case Management Service completed 9070 cases;Out of the completed cases in the mentioned period, within 10 days of voluntary payment, payment was made in 79, and the agreement was approved in 2013 cases.Demand for the service is increasing, as there are frequent decisions on the distribution of funds, as well as the number of cases completed within the agreement and voluntary payment period as a result of simplified case management.
The National Bureau of Enforcement publishes statistics on the 6-month agreement rate for 2021.From January to June 2021, the agreement and restructuring rate between the parties at the National Bureau of Enforcement was 4126 units;During the reporting period, 59 cases of illegal property claims were settled and, consequently, forced evictions were not carried out;During the same period, as a result of the agreement, the announced auction was terminated in 222 cases and the property was not sold;
The National Bureau of Enforcement participated in the Standing Council Meeting of the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ).The Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement, Erekle Ghvinianidze, addressed the conference participants and spoke about the changes planned in the Georgian enforcement system and current issues.
At the initiative of the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ), this year the International Day of Judicial Officers is celebrated on June 10;Professional Day 2021 is dedicated to protecting the rights of Internet users by the Judicial Officers;The Day of Judicial Officers is celebrated in 93 countries around the world and it serves to popularize the executive profession and raise awareness;
The Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement congratulated the Judicial officers on their professional day.Erekle Ghvinianidze met with the Judicial officers of the Territorial Enforcement Bureaus of the National Bureau of Enforcement through the online platform. The Chairman spoke to the Judicial officers about the planned reforms in the executive system and expressed his support and assistance in the forthcoming changes.
The National Bureau of Enforcement has up to 9,000 alimony cases pending;More than half of 9 thousand cases do not pay alimony to their children!Do not turn your back! Take care of your child's future!Happy International Child Protection Day!
The Minister of Justice of Georgia Rati Bregadze and the Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement Erekle Gvinianidze congratulated the Enforcement Police on their professional day.6 police officers were awarded special state ranks for outstanding high professionalism and conscientious performance of official duties in their professional activities, especially during the pandemic, while 5 police officers were thanked in their personal cases.
Erekle Ghvinianidze, Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement met with the executives of the Tbilisi Enforcement Bureau.Current issues and challenges as well as future plans were discussed at the meeting. According to Erekle Ghvinianidze, before the adoption of the new Code, the National Bureau of Enforcement should further refine and make the enforcement system more efficient. Also, the structural arrangement of bailiffs is changing, which will facilitate the timely and efficient completion of each enforcement case.
Erekle Gvinianidze introduced new vision and plans to the employees of the Imereti Bureau. The Chairman of the National Bureau of Enforcement met with the employees of the Imereti, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti Enforcement Bureaus.