Greece has no electronic insolvency registers. We are currently preparing to digitise our databases and their electronic interfaces.
According to Greek legislation, insolvency procedures are:
The local district civil courts (eirinodikeía) are responsible for considering cases and issuing decisions on requests involving bankruptcy of natural persons.
The local courts of first instance (protodikeía) are responsible for considering cases and issuing decisions on requests involving bankruptcy of associations (prosopikés etairíes), limited partnerships (eterórrythmes etairíes), general partnerships (omórrythmes etairíes), private capital companies (idiotikés kefalaiouchikés etairíes), limited liability companies (etairíes periorisménis efthýnis), public limited companies (anónymes etairíes), European companies and European cooperative societies.
The General Trade Register (Genikó Emporikó Mitróo – GEMI) at the local chambers of commerce is responsible for issuing the necessary certificates for bankruptcy procedures.
No such possibility exists.
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