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Insolvency registers - Romania

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This section provides an overview of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin — Romanian Insolvency Register, set up by the Ministry of Justice — National Trade Register Office


Insolvency registers

What information does the insolvency register in Romania provide?

Insolvency proceedings in Romania

Link opens in new windowThe Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin (BPI), published by the National Trade Register Office, ensures the execution of the summons service of the parties, the notice, notice, notice of procedural documents issued by courts and administrators/liquidators in the course of insolvency proceedings, in accordance with Act No 85/2014 on insolvency prevention and insolvency proceedings.

The general insolvency procedure shall apply to:

1 Professionals (all those operating an undertaking), with the exception of those practising liberal professions and those with regard to which there are special provisions relating to the insolvency regime.

The simplified insolvency procedure applies to:

1. professionals;

  • professionals;
  • individual undertakings and family enterprises

2. debtors complying with a number of specific conditions, namely:

  • I do not hold assets;
  • the establishment or accounting documents cannot be found;
  • their administrator cannot be found;
  • their registered office no longer exists or is no longer identical to that declared in the commercial register; they did not submit the documents required by law;
  • are the subject of dissolution before the application initiating proceedings
  • they have declared their intention to go bankrupt or have no judicial reorganisation.

As of the end of June 2014, insolvency proceedings are governed by Law No 85/2014 on the insolvency prevention and insolvency proceedings, the provisions of which apply to processes initiated after its entry into force. The trials commenced before the entry into force of Act No 85/2014 remain subject to the provisions of Law No 85/2006 on insolvency proceedings.

Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin

What information does it include?

The insolvency proceedings record all procedural documents issued by the courts and insolvency administrators/liquidators in the course of insolvency proceedings, namely:

  • summons;
  • communications;
  • notifications;
  • notices of meetings;
  • judgments;
  • other legal acts required by law (reports issued by the administrator/liquidator, judicial reorganisation plans, announcements).

How is the website of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin to be organised?

Link opens in new windowThe website of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin provides access to the following:

  • free information;
  • information regarding the structure of the National Trade Register Office, Directorate for the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin;
  • specific legislation, forms and procedural acts.

The website of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin (IPB) has the following sections:

  • information regarding the establishment of the IPB;
  • legislative acts;
  • organisational chart of the National Trade Register Office, the trade register offices attached to tribunals and the IPB;
  • legal dictionary (insolvency);
  • IPB statistical data;
  • inter-institutional relations;
  • contact.

The forms of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin are available in Link opens in new windowthe online services portal of the National Trade Register Office in the section dedicated to the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin and is organised as follows:

1 BPI services:

  • ‘Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin online’ (fee-based);
  • ‘Summary of BPI’ (free information);
  • ‘Persons published in BPI’ (free information)

2. forms relating to the disclosure of IGH

  • Online forms for publication in the IPB;
  • Offline forms for the IPB.

3. forms relating to the operation of the provision of BPI information.

  • Online forms for providing IPB information;
  • Offline forms for the IPB.

4. statistics

Is access to the Romanian insolvency register free of charge?

The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin is published in electronic format. The electronic version of the Bulletin can be accessed online on:

Access to services provided by the IPB is differentiated:

  • users’ access to the official website of the Insolvency Bulletin is free of charge and does not require authentication;
  • access to the online service portal of the National Trade Register Office requires user authentication.
  • access to the ‘Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin online’ is granted after user authentication and payment of a subscription.
  • access to ‘IPB issue summary’ and ‘Persons published in the IPB’ is free of charge and requires only user registration.

How to search the Insolvency Register in Romania

In the area of the “Insolvency Bulletin Online” searches can be searched after: the number and year of publication of the BPI, the name of the debtor, the tax identification number, the business registration number, the court file number and the publication of the BPI; they shall be accessible, on a fee basis, by subscription to the logbooks published in which the full procedural documents are reproduced.

The ‘IPB issue summary’ can be searched by the number and date of the issue. The following information can be accessed free of charge:

  • the type of procedural document published in the Bulletin (for example: summons, opening insolvency proceedings, notification for the opening of insolvency proceedings, convening of creditors’ meeting, activity report, reorganisation plan, opening sentence of bankruptcy proceedings, notification for opening of bankruptcy proceedings, distribution plan, final report, closure of insolvency proceedings, etc.);
  • the names of the persons to whom the procedural documents refer;
  • the county where that person’s premises are situated;
  • tax reference number;
  • register number

The ‘Persons published in the IPB’ can be searched by the number and year of publication of an issue, name of the debtor, tax identification number, registration number in the Trade Register, reference number of the court case or the publication interval of an issue. the following information can be accessed free of charge:

  • name;
  • tax reference number;
  • the registration number of the persons concerned by the procedural documents;
  • the county where that person’s premises are situated;
  • the number of the insolvency case and the name of the court where the case is registered;
  • the numbers of the newsletters including procedural documents referring to such persons;
  • the type of procedure;
  • the first trial set after the initiation of proceedings, where appropriate.

History of the Insolvency Register in Romania

The Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin was established in 2006 in accordance with Act No 86/2006 on Insolvency Proceedings.

The main objective of the Romanian Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin is the ongoing optimisation of the electronic system of summonses, notices, calls and notifications of procedural documents published.

Benefits of the Insolvency Register in Romania

The publication of the Insolvency Proceedings Bulletin has clear benefits:

  • Accelerate insolvency proceedings and simplify the communication of summons, summons, court decisions and other procedural documents issued by the courts and administrators/liquidators, thereby establishing an electronic communication procedure.
  • it uniists and standardises the procedural documents issued by the courts and the insolvency administrators/liquidators.
  • Contribute to the development of a national database of procedural documents issued by courts and administrators/liquidators (i.e. summons, communications, court decisions, summonses, notices of meetings, reminders, reports, reorganisation plans)
  • Facilitate rapid entry in the business register/other registers of notifications issued under Act No 85/2014 on insolvency prevention and insolvency proceedings.
  • It gives interested persons access to procedural documents issued by the courts and the insolvency administrators/liquidators.

Relevant links

Link opens in new windowOfficial website of the Romanian Insolvency Bulletin

Link opens in new windowOfficial website of the Romanian business register

Link opens in new windowOnline service portal of the Romanian National Trade Register Office


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Last update: 19/11/2019