January 21, 2022

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The central register of executions is cheaper for citizens, and disinfection fees have been reduced

The central register of executions has been cheaper for citizens since December. Instead of a fee of €2 per cleaning, only €1.60 is charged.

The Central Register of Executions is a service provided by the Slovak Chamber of Executives (SKE) to citizens, companies and public authorities who want to check whether an execution is carried out against a natural or legal person and what are its criteria.

Ignorance of one’s own death

In the database, they will find information about the court that gave permission for the execution of the name, the name of the port in question, the relevant dates of execution and the designation of the applicable claim. SKE spokeswoman Stanislava Kolesrova reported this in a press release.

“Citizens cite ignorance of someone’s execution as one of the most common reasons for not taking steps to close their case as quickly as possible and not cooperating with the executioner in question. With the help of a central register of executions, they can avoid unpleasant surprises and know whether or not there is an execution against them. Entrepreneurs can checking their potential partners or their clients’ banks,” SKE President Miroslav Baler said.

Prices are divided into individual teams

The decree of the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic limited the price of using the register from December 1, which has so far been divided into individual districts. Users who used the registry were preferred at larger sizes.

For example, with over 500,000 accesses, they only paid 0.2€ per cleaning. “Adjusting the price list to use the registry is aimed at regular users and standardizing it for all topics will limit the space for speculators who abuse their collective access for further trading,” Baler explained.

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The central register of executions has been accessible to citizens since July 1, 2016. During the more than five years of its existence, more than 20,000 citizens have used it, on average, each of them used the possibility of two aborts, that is, detecting whether the object being monitored had It was implemented and parameters.

More than 4,100 companies have also used registry services, and on average each investigated 580 cases. Public authorities, who have the record freely available, have used more than 2.5 million disinfection requests.