Bankruptcy and insolvency registers


This part of the portal gives a short introduction to Austria’s insolvency register.

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What information does the insolvency register contain?

The Austrian insolvency register, referred to as ‘Insolvenzdatei’, is owned and maintained by the Federal Ministry of Justice. It contains information on the initiation of insolvency proceedings and key procedural steps in the process.

The register is published under the heading Ediktsdatei.

Is access to the insolvency register free of charge?


How to search the Austrian insolvency register

Detailed information is available, in German only, on the website of the Federal Ministry of Justice, under the heading Ediktsdatei [legal notices database].

History of the insolvency register

The Austrian insolvency register has been kept since 1999.

Related links

Organisation of the courts – Austria

Last update: 08/09/2023

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