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Bankruptcy and insolvency registers


This section provides a brief overview of Latvia’s insolvency register.

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What does the Latvian insolvency register offer?

The Latvian insolvency register contains information on:

  • administrators;
  • insolvency proceedings in respect of natural and legal persons;
  • legal protection proceedings;
  • out-of-court redress proceedings;

Anybody can access the insolvency register, and its entries have the status of official records. The insolvency register is curated by the Register of enterprises of the Republic of Latvia.

Is access to the Latvian insolvency register free of charge?

Yes, the access to the Latvian insolvency register is free of charge.

How to carry out searches in the Latvian insolvency register


This section contains information on administrators, namely:

  • first name;
  • surname;
  • local address and contact information of the practice;
  • certificate number;
  • certificate expiry date.

Information on administrators whose certificates have expired can be found via the link Vēsturiskie dati [historical data]. For each administrator, the ‘Izziņa’ [certificate] link gives all information that was entered on the administrator in question in the insolvency register.


A search can be carried out for information on a specific subject (natural or legal person) in the ‘Meklēt’ [search] section of the insolvency register. A search for information can be carried out using the following criteria:

  • debtor’s registration number (for legal persons) or personal identification number (for natural persons);
  • debtor’s first name/surname or title;
  • period of commencement of proceedings;
  • type of proceedings (insolvency proceedings, legal protection proceedings, out-of-court redress proceedings);
  • nature of proceedings (local, cross-border primary, cross-border secondary);
  • status of proceedings (current, terminated, all proceedings);

Search results feature a link to ‘Izziņa’ [certificate], which provides free access to all entries made in the insolvency register of the Latvian enterprise register regarding specific proceedings, including scanned versions of the documents referred to in Article 9(4) of the Law on the enterprise register of the Republic of Latvia: agenda of creditors’ meeting and notification to creditors by the administrator about the creditors’ meeting.


Information on the entries made on a specific date can be found in the ‘Žurnāls’ [journal] section of the insolvency register. By default, the entries are for the current day. To view entries made on other dates, use can be made of the calendar or of the ‘Mēneša žurnāls’ [monthly journal] section. Each entry contains a link to ‘Izziņa’ [certificate], where more detailed information can be found on the insolvency proceedings in question.


Statistical data on the insolvency proceedings of legal persons and on legal protection proceedings are available free of charge in the Maksātnespējas procesi [insolvency proceedings] section of the Latvian open data portal.

History of the Latvian insolvency register

Information has been available on the insolvency register since 1 January 2008.


Additional information on the Latvian insolvency registerātnespējas kontroles dienests

We would also point out that information on any legal entity registered in the register is available on the Register’s information website Up-to-date information can be viewed/printed out free of charge and without authorisation, but historical information may be viewed, and documents in the public section viewed/downloaded, only after users have authenticated themselves on the website.

If copies of information certificates or documents prepared by the Enterprise Register are needed, a written request for information must be made, and a fee paid for the service (further information is available on the Enterprise Register on the website

Information may be requested and payment information submitted via the following channels:

1) electronically (information request must be signed with a secure electronic signature and bear a time stamp):

2) by post (Pērses iela 2, Riga, LV-1011).

Last update: 27/11/2023

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