Since 1 January 2010 National Bureau of Enforcement has implemented electronic case-management. It is a systematized database registering all the enforcement activities carried out by NBE. Electronic case-management is targeted at facilitation of enforcement officers' workload and transparency of all the enforcement-related processes.
The data is posted on the website. Thus, the parties participating in enforcement process are able to get and attest the enforcement-related information, familiarize with the materials of the case (except documents including commercial and bank secrets and any other confidential documentation) instantly from home or the office, follow the process of enforcement proceedings.
Electronic case-management grants a 8-figure number and a 14-figure unique code to a case immediately after the registration of an enforcement paper. The data is sent to a creditor (together with a receipt card) and a debtor (together with the statement to fulfil the decision voluntarily). The case can be searched on the website www.nbe.gov.ge according to the above-mentioned specifications.
Note: In order to receive the information you have to click on the link "Electronic case-management" posted on the website and to see the enforcement proceedings you have to enter 8-figure registration number and 14-figure unique code. Consider that the Program will show you the searched data only in case you enter the correct figures in the relevant field.
Enforcement activities have their status. The electronic case-management program is based on them. Relevant documents are further compiled according to the status. Electronic case-management provides a enforcement officer with automatic notifications about the deadlines of enforcement proceedings. The terms are stipulated by law.
Information about all the cases registered in the electronic case-management is accessible to a baliff. He/she can get informed if the party participating in his/her case is facing enforcement by any other enforcement officer simultaneously. This is the necessary information for him/her to conduct the process in proper terms.
Electronic case-management has its directory guide. Due to that the NBE can search all the required information concerning the case. One can sort cases according to categories, bureaus, periods, issuing bodies and other specifications.
An enforcement officer is able to gather statistics of the cases via electronic case-management. He/she can count cases according to categories, be aware of the accomplished cases and the ones to be enforced, herewith, count the funds already gathered and the ones to be collected as a result of enforcement procedures.
Natioanl Bureau of Enforcement receives information about the enforced and to be enforced cases, also the funds gathered and to be gathered and the enforcement due according to the overall statistics provided by individual enforcement officers.
Electronic case-management has the news field as well, informing its users about the novelties implemented in the Program.
Electronic case-management also includes electronic archive of enforcement proceeding. After the completion of the case a enforcement officer sends it to the archive with the relevant status. The Program grants the case with the archive code and it is kept in the archives within the terms stipulated by law.
Private enforcement officers also conduct cases in electronic case-management program. They are authorized persons allowed to use the Program in order to conduct enforcement proceedings.
They take on responsibility to exercise their authorities within the authorization terms.