Distrains is an overview of information about specific distrain proceedings. You will find out whether a distrain has been ordered against the queried natural person, self-employed person, or legal entity, which judicial executor has been entrusted with carrying out the execution, and what obligation is being pursued for collection. The data in the extract is generated based on an official inquiry into the Central Execution Registry.

2 EUR/first query on existence of person in database

Ways you can get distrains

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You can obtain distrains from us online. Payment is made by card. For querying the existence of a person in the Central Register of Distrains, you will be charged 2 EUR. For subsequent detailed inquiry into a distrain, the fee is 2 EUR.

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2 EUR report

0 EUR processing

0 EUR delivery

You can also obtain distrains at our Client Center. Payment can be made in cash or by card. The first inquiry will cost 2 EUR, and subsequent inquiries for detailed information will be charged at 2 EUR each.

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How does one inquire into the Central Distrains Registry?

Inquiring into the Central Distrains Registry involves two steps:

  1. First Inquiry:
    Initially, a query verifies whether the person is in the database. You can inquire about natural persons, self-employed natural persons and legal entities. The first inquiry for an individual/company costs 2 EUR. The payment is charged for the query, meaning you pay it even if the sought-after person is not found in the database. If they are found, the output is an overview of individual executions.
  2. Execution Details:
    If you are interested in the details of a specific distrain from the overview, you will pay 2 EUR for a detailed inquiry.

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Distrains – Questions and Answers

Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions related to Distrains. More detailed information can be found in our FAQ section.

The Central Register of Distrains records the following information

The executor who is entrusted with the execution, the deputy, substitute or successor of the executor shall make an entry or change in the register of executions within seven days of the finality of the decision in respect of an execution which has not been validly completed. The record of a legally terminated execution shall be deleted by the executor from the register of executions within 14 days.

What is the Central Register of Distrains?

The Central Register of Executions (hereinafter referred to as the "Register of Executions") is a public list available on the Chamber's website, in which data on each legally pending execution are entered. The details and scope of the recorded data are regulated by Act No 233/1995 Coll. No. 355/2014 of the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic of 10 December 2014 on the Central Register of Executions.

How do I obtain Distrain?

You can request Distrain in person at our Client Center or through our e‑shop. There is no need to verify the identity of the applicant for queries into the Central Register of Enforcement Proceedings. After selecting the subject of interest – a natural person, a self-employed natural person, or a legal entity.

Deletion of Data from the Central Execution Registry

The executor shall, within seven days of the decision becoming final, make an entry or change in the register of executions in respect of a legally pending execution. He shall be obliged to delete the record of a legally terminated execution from the register within 14 days. In certain cases, if the executor fails to fulfil his obligation, the Slovak Chamber of Executors shall make the entry, change or deletion of the data from the CRE, if it has the necessary information at its disposal.

What is a distrains report?

You can obtain a list of foreclosures on the moje-financie.sk portal online after registration or in person at the Client Centre. You can submit a request to the Central Register of Executions (CRE) of the Slovak Republic for a natural person (FO), a natural person – entrepreneur (FOP) or a legal person (PO). The CRE is a public list maintained, operated and managed by the Slovak Chamber of Enforcement Officers pursuant to a statutory mandate.

The CRE allows to find out indicative information on specific enforcement proceedings, to find out whether an enforcement has been ordered against a specific entity under the Enforcement Code, which bailiff has been entrusted with the enforcement, what the enforced obligation is, when the enforcement was ordered, whether it has been validly postponed or stopped.

What is the Central Distrains Registry?

The Central Distrain Registry, abbreviated as CRE, is a database that collects and stores information about ongoing and concluded distrain proceedings. Its main purposes include transparency, prevention of indebtedness and protection of the rights of debtors and creditors. The data includes Personal information of the debtor, information about the creditor, and details about the distrain – its reasons, the amount of the claim, current status, and the progress of the proceedings.