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Do you need information on whether insolvency proceedings have been opened against a company or a person or would you like to inquire about the status of ongoing proceedings? Announcements on insolvency proceedings are published by the courts on the nationwide Internet portal www.insolvenzbekanntmachungen.de The notifications are accessible to everyone there for a limited period of time. If you also need more detailed information, the insolvency court can provide you with information on request about Insolvency proceedings opened and already lifted Insolvency proceedings the opening of which was rejected for lack of assets insolvency applications filed by debtors However, the right to information is limited. For example, the court may only inform you of a creditor's application for insolvency if this is of particular interest to legal transactions (for example, due to the ordering of provisional precautionary measures). Inspection If you yourself are involved in insolvency proceedings as a creditor or debtor, the competent insolvency court will allow you to inspect the files upon request.

For individual insolvency information: informal application.


Insolvency Publications Generally accessible information on insolvency proceedings can be found on the nationwide Internet portal www.insolvenzbekanntmachungen.de. The Federal and State Justice Portal (www.justiz.de) also contains a nationwide list of locally competent courts. Request for further information You can apply for further information on individual insolvency proceedings informally in writing or by fax to the competent insolvency court; in the letter, in addition to your request, explain your legal interest in the information. Information from the debtor register Debtors are entered in a central debtor register, who have not fulfilled their obligation to submit a list of assets, for which, according to the content of the list of assets, a complete satisfaction of the creditor is not to be expected, which do not prove to the bailiff the full satisfaction of the creditor within one month of the submission of the list of assets, or in which an application for the opening of insolvency proceedings was rejected for lack of assets. Access to the central debtor register takes place exclusively via the Internet.

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