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Insolvency registers are a very important source of information of a legal nature for facilitating daily tasks of citizens, legal professionals, state authorities, companies and other interested parties. They facilitate access to official and trusted insolvency-related information to banks, creditors, business partners and consumers. This information enhances transparency and legal certainty in European Union markets.
In Europe, insolvency registers offer a range of services; the extent and type of data varies between the different Member States. For example, Member States that have separate insolvency registers publish information on all stages of the insolvency proceedings and on the parties to such proceedings. Where Member States make insolvency data available through other registers the situation is more diverse. Some countries only publish the name and the status of a company; others include information about all stages of the proceedings.
However, the core services provided by all registers are to register, examine and store insolvency information and to make this information available to the public.
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In July 2014, the European e-Justice Portal made available the interconnected insolvency registers of a first group of Member States. While the participating Member States keep their national insolvency registers in accordance with their national legislation, the European e-Justice Portal, makes it possible for a user to carry out a search across all interconnected registers, using a multilingual search interface.
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