How responsibly the company fulfills contractual obligations;
Legal proceedings involving the company: administrative, criminal, etc.;
Status the contractor appears in court cases: the defendant, plaintiff or third party;
If the contractor is related to a group of companies with signs of fictitiousness.
Some important things to check in the “Courts” tab
The company was/is involved in debt criminal proceedings as a defendant.
The contractor may become a debtor during your cooperation. To understand whether it paid off the previous debts in time, you need to check the history of its latest court decisions.
The company is involved in criminal proceedings as a defendant.
If the process of collecting funds from the contractor or punishment for any fraudulent actions occurs, you should not consider the company reliable.
The amount of the claim.
If the assets of the company are smaller than the size of its debt, this is a risk for cooperation, especially if the contractor loses the case.
The tab contains three subsections:
Assigned to review
Use filters to find the neseccary.
Amount of the claim;
Form of legal proceedings;
Party to the case;
Date of decision;
Get all documents in one case. Click on the number and the system will open all the documents in one case.
Open any document, print, save to PDF or send by mail.
This section contains information about enforcement proceedings that are conducted on the company.
Enforcement proceedings are actions to enforce a court decision. For example, indemnification or repayment of a debt.
Learn more about the debtor or claimant by clicking on the name or company.
Filter production by these 3 criteria:
Assigned to review
Data on cases that are to take place: date of consideration, case number, court name and composition, parties to the case and the essence of the case.
Use the subsection to stay informed about court sessions in advance.