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Insolvency registers - Malta


Insolvency registers

What does the insolvency service of Malta offer?

The insolvency service of Malta offers details on cases in the Maltese Courts that concern the insolvency of companies or bankruptcy of individuals, as well as details of the information received by the Business Registry on declarations of insolvency from the directors of insolvent companies.

Is access to the insolvency register free of charge?

Access to the insolvency register is free of charge and it is accessible via the following link:

Link opens in new windowhttps://ecourts.gov.mt/onlineservices/insolvency

How to search the insolvency register

You can search the insolvency register either by the debtor’s name or ID card number or by the company’s registration number.

History of the insolvency service of Malta

Before this insolvency register came into being, information on insolvent companies was held by the Business Registry while information on insolvency and bankruptcy cases was held by the Court. The information held by the Court was published on a website alongside information on cases in general. The insolvency register was made accessible to the public in January 2018, and contains details of insolvencies and bankruptcies going back to 1 January 2014.

Related links

Link opens in new windowhttps://ecourts.gov.mt/onlineservices/insolvency


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Last update: 14/07/2020