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Frequently Asked Questions



1. Who imposed restrictions on my accounts?
2. When will the restrictions on my accounts be lifted?
3. Who wrote off money from my account?
4. How long does it take to write off the funds subject to recovery and lift the restrictions on the account in the CRIS?
5. The bank account has enough funds; however, the funds subject to recovery have not been written off. Why? (Question asked by legal entity).
6. Are there any additional charges applied in case of writing off the funds subject to recovery from the debtor’s account?
7. Who will refund the CRIS maintenance fee of 1.02 EUR when the funds have been already written off, and later it turned out that, according to the debtor, the institution holding the right to forced recovery placed an illegal order to write off the funds?
8. Why are restrictions imposed on my account for a long time and I cannot use my own funds?
9. There is a court ruling on the cancellation of all seizures/restrictions. Why are the restrictions still imposed on my accounts?
10. Can a debtor who has repaid his debt directly to the creditor apply to the Centre of Registers with a request to lift the restrictions imposed on his/her accounts?
11. Can a debtor apply to the Centre of Registers with the request to speed up the execution of the order to write off the funds?
12. Does the CRIS execute write-off orders every day, including weekends and holidays?
13. How does the debtor get a VAT invoice for the CRIS maintenance fee?


1. Who imposed restrictions on my accounts?
 
Restrictions may be imposed on the accounts of a debtor upon the order placed by the provider of orders (the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania) and/or upon the Property Seizure Act registered in the Register of Property Seizure Acts.

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2. When will the restrictions on my accounts be lifted?
 
Restrictions on the debtor’s accounts are lifted automatically when the amount to be recovered is written off, or the provider of orders (the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania) has withdrawn the initial order to write off the amount to be recovered.

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3. Who wrote off money from my account?
 
Only the providers of orders, i.e. the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, Bank of Lithuania have the right to recover the funds. You will find information in the bank statement about the provider of orders that wrote off money from your account. 

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4. How long does it take to write off the funds subject to recovery and lift the restrictions on the account in the CRIS?
 
Orders to write off funds to be recovered that are submitted by the providers of orders (the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania ) by 15.30 shall be executed on the next working day from 9.00 to 12.00 o’clock if the debtor’s account has sufficient own funds. The CRIS immediately lifts the restrictions upon receipt of a notification from the credit institutions that a debt has been successfully recovered. When the funds to be recovered have been written off, restrictions on the accounts are immediately lifted.

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5. The bank account has enough funds; however, the funds subject to recovery have not been written off. Why? (Question asked by legal entity).

Possible reasons:
  • The funds subject to recovery have not been written off because of the notice received from court on the application to open insolvency proceedings /restructuring case;
  • The bank account has not enough own funds.

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6. Are there any additional charges applied in case of writing off the funds subject to recovery from the debtor’s account?
 
When writing off the funds subject to recovery from the debtor’s account, a credit institution charges a fee of the credit institution for the transfer of funds and the CRIS maintenance fee (1,02 EUR). 
7. Who will refund the CRIS maintenance fee of 1.02 EUR when the funds have been already written off, and later it turned out that, according to the debtor, the institution holding the right to forced recovery placed an illegal order to write off the funds?
 
The CRIS operates automatically and executes the orders placed by the providers of orders. In case the funds were written off from the debtor’s account due to illegal actions of the provider of the order, the system maintenance fee shall be refunded to the debtor by the provider of the order to write off the funds.

8. Why are restrictions imposed on my account for a long time and I cannot use my own funds?
 

Restrictions may be imposed on the accounts of a debtor upon the Property Seizure Act registered in the Register of Property Seizure Acts and/or upon the order placed by the provider of orders, i.e. the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania:
 
  • If restrictions are imposed on the bank account upon the Property Seizure Act (registered in the Register of Property Seizure Acts) and a client needs to use a certain amount, he/she should access to the court for setting a freely disposable amount from a concrete bank account;
  • If the provider of orders (the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania) proceeds to effect the recovery but the funds have not been written off, it might happen that the account has not enough own funds. You should contact the provider of orders who imposed a restriction with a request to lift that restriction or to set a freely disposable amount. 

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9. There is a court ruling on the cancellation of all seizures/restrictions. Why are the restrictions still imposed on my accounts?

The Register of Property Seizure Acts receives court rulings on the cancellation of all seizures/restrictions, which serve as a basis for removal of property seizures from the Register and provide information to the credit institutions through the CRIS. If the disposal of funds in the account is still restricted, you should apply directly to the provider of orders (the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania) whose order has not been cancelled yet.
10. Can a debtor who has repaid his debt directly to the creditor apply to the Centre of Registers with a request to lift the restrictions imposed on his/her accounts?

No. The Centre of Registers has no right to lift the restrictions. In this case, you should contact directly the provider of orders who imposed restrictions (the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania) and submit an application to lift the restrictions.

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11. Can a debtor apply to the Centre of Registers with the request to speed up the execution of the order to write off the funds?

No. In the CRIS, all processes are implemented automatically according to the established CRIS operation schedule

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12. Does the CRIS execute write-off orders every day, including weekends and holidays?

The credit institutions write off funds from the debtor’s account. Orders to write off the funds issued by the providers of orders (the State Tax Inspectorate, the State Social Insurance Fund Board (Sodra), Customs, judicial officers, the Bank of Lithuania) are transferred through the CRIS to the credit institutions every working day from 9.00 to 12.00 o’clock. 

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13. How does the debtor get a VAT invoice for the CRIS maintenance fee?

The VAT invoices for the CRIS maintenance fee within the current month are issued on the last day of the month and are automatically sent to legal entities at the beginning of next month to the e-mail addresses available to the Centre of Registers. The VAT invoices are not sent to natural persons. If you did not receive the VAT invoice, please contact us by e-mail: info@registrucentras.lt, indicating the code of legal entity, the period for which the VAT invoice is required, and the e-mail address for sending a VAT invoice.

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