This section provides you with a brief introduction to the Polish bankruptcy register.
What does the Polish Bankruptcy Register offer?
The website of the Polish Bankruptcy Register [rejestr podmiotów w upadłości] is considered part of the National Court Register [Krajowy Rejestr Sądowy]. It includes the same kinds of information on companies as are normally included in the National Court Register, as well as details about:
- other entities that have declared their bankruptcy.
Information on the dates and the specific content of announcements of bankruptcy are also available on the register.
The bankruptcy register is owned and maintained by the Ministry of Justice of Poland, and the information it contains is available in Polish and, in part, in English.
Is access to the Polish Bankruptcy Register free of charge?
Yes, access to the Register is free of charge.
How to search the Polish Bankruptcy Register
As of 1st April 2009, the Polish Bankruptcy Register includes a new search tool which makes it possible to search for bankrupt entities and other terms.
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Last update: 10/02/2017