Insolvency registers - Germany
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This page gives a brief overview of the insolvency register in Germany.
German insolvency register
The public notices of the German insolvency courts are published on the website of insolvency notices in accordance with Section 9 of the Insolvency Code. The notices shall be legally binding and publicly available.
The register is administered by the Federal Government/Länder Commission for information technology in the judiciary and is conducted by the Ministry of Justice of the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Is access to the insolvency register free of charge?
How to search the Austrian insolvency register
The search is only possible via the website for notices of bankruptcy. The individual search steps are explained, where necessary, on the website. Information is available in German only. It should be noted that a full search in the data of all German insolvency courts is only possible within two weeks from the first day of publication. After this deadline, it is necessary to enter in the search the seat of the insolvency court and at least one of the following: the name (s), domicile (s) of the debtor, the reference number of the procedure or the court of registration, the type of register and the registration number.
The Insolvency notices website has provided information on insolvencies since 1 April 2002. Details of the periods and procedures for which data are available can be found on the website.
The information provided relates to procedures which have not yet been completed. The data shall be deleted at the latest six months after the closure of the procedure.
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Last update: 30/08/2019