This section provides an overview of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin - Romanian Insolvency Register, set up by the Ministry of Justice - National Trade Register Office
The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin (IPB) published by the National Trade Register Office registers summons, communications, convening notices, notifications of procedural documents issued by courts and by judicial administrators/liquidators performed in the frame of insolvency proceedings in accordance with Law no. 85/2006 on insolvency proceedings.
General insolvency proceedings apply to:
1. Traders :
2. Cooperative organisations;
3. Agricultural societies;
4. Other private legal persons carrying out economic activities.
Simplified insolvency proceedings apply to:
2. All traders and legal persons who satisfy a series of specific conditions, i.e. :
The central commercial/trade register is managed by the National Trade Register Office, a public institution with legal personality, part of the Ministry of Justice.
What information does it contain?
The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin contains all the procedural acts issued by the courts and by the judicial administrators/liquidators following the launch of insolvency proceedings, namely:
How is the Insolvency proceedings bulletin website organised?
The website of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin provides access to the following information:
The website of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin (IPB) has the following sections:
The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin is available on the e-services portal of the National Trade Register Office, in the section dedicated to the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin, and has the following structure:
The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin (IPB) is organised in the following sections:
The section on the IPB is organised in the following sub-sections:
1. IPB Services :
2. IPB supply: information on how to supply the IPB,
3. IPB publication forms: applications for the publication of papers and proceedings to be published in the IPB
4. Statistical data.
The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin is published in electronic format. The electronic version of the Bulletin can be accessed online on:
Access to services provided by the IPB is differentiated:
The ‘Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin online’ can be searched by the number and year of publication of an issue, name of the debtor, tax identification number, registration number in the Trade Register, reference number of the court case, and the publication interval of an issue. Upon payment of a subscription fee, it is possible to have access to the IPB issues published containing the full text of the procedural acts.
The ‘IPB issue summary’ can be searched by the number and date of the issue. The following information can be accessed free of charge:
The ‘Persons published in the IPB’ can be searched by the number and year of publication of an issue, name of the debtor, tax identification number, registration number in the Trade Register, reference number of the court case or the publication interval of an issue. The following information can be accessed free of charge:
The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin was established in 2006 under Law no. 86/2006 on insolvency proceedings.
The main objective of the Romanian Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin is the ongoing optimisation of the electronic system of summonses, notices, calls and notifications of procedural documents published.
The Publication of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin brings clear benefits:
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