This page provides a brief overview of the Bulgarian insolvency register.
What does the Bulgarian insolvency register offer?
The Bulgarian insolvency register consists of three parts:
- The list of receivers - accessible via the website of the Bulgarian Ministry of Justice.
- The sales and auctions bulletin - fully accessible from the website of the Bulgarian Ministry of the Economy.
- The register of insolvency proceedings - held in a centralised database.
Is access to the Bulgarian insolvency register free of charge?
Access to the Bulgarian insolvency register is free of charge.
How can I search the Bulgarian insolvency register?
You can search for a receiver by name on the website.
How to carry out a search by sale
The sales bulletin can be found on the website of the Ministry of the Economy.
History of the Bulgarian insolvency register
The system was set up in 2009 as part of the project entitled ‘Transparency and efficiency of insolvency proceedings’, sub-priority 1.5 ‘Transparent and efficient judicial system’ of the Operational Programme ‘Administrative Capacity’ (OPAC) implemented under grant agreement No K09-15-5-C/9.10.2009. The project is funded by the European Social Fund and the state budget of the Republic of Bulgaria.
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Last update: 13/07/2020