Manual for eaZyLink on Terminal Server and Citrix
To be able to use the lawyer card, eaZyLink needs te be installed. The first time a user logs in in the DPA-platform, a popup will be displayed with the instructions to download and install the software.
To be able to use the lawyer card in an environment with Terminal Server or Citrix, the default version of eaZyLink is not sufficient. A specific installation must be executed by the system administrator. This procedure is described in a manual: click here to download this manual.
This manual is a technical document, which is only intended for system administrators who manage the Terminal Server and Citrix environments. Please give this document only to the system administartors who can perform the installation.
When the installation has been done, the lawyer card can be used on the DPA-platform.
What is the Central Solvency Register?
The Act of 1 December 2016 amending the Bankruptcy Act entrusts the administration of the Central Solvency Register to the Community Bar Associations.
The Register is an authentic source of information which seeks to achieve several objectives. From 1 April 2017 it:
- Digitises the bankruptcy records that were formerly paper files held by the Commercial Courts
- Digitises the declaration of claims
- Facilitates communication between all the stakeholders in the bankruptcy
Click here for a general presentation of the Register for the benefit of creditors.
If you need help, you can contact our help desk every working day from 8.30 am to 8.00 pm and on Saturdays from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
- by e-mail: email@example.com
- by telephone: 02 588 98 90
DECLARATION OF CLAIMS
How do I submit a claim?
Since 1 April 2017 all claims must be registered with the Central Solvency Register.
Apart from a few exceptions provided for by law, claims are entirely digital and must be sent via the Central Solvency Register. In practical terms, you need to go to www.regsol.be, find the bankruptcy in question and file your claim.
There are video tutorials available on our Vimeo platform to guide you through the different stages.
What does a declaration of claim cost?
An electronic claim costs € 6.00 per claim. In addition to the filing, this payment will allow you to exercise your right to consult the bankruptcy file and also to modify your claim if necessary.
Do you regularly submit claims?
If you regularly submit claims, it may be to your advantage to be registered as a “recurring creditor”. This status will allow you to:
- Manage the users at your business yourself (add, delete);
- Be invoiced monthly rather than for each filing;
- All the users at your company will be able to consult all your claims.
To be registered as a recurring creditor you are required to submit claims on a regular basis (at least once every month and for every two users). Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the instructions you need.
Modifying a claim
To modify a declaration of claim, go to www.regsol.be and enter your user name and password. You only need to select the claim and modify it.
You can modify your claim subject to the following conditions:
- You have definitively or provisionally submitted your claim and the receiver has not yet qualified your claim.
- The receiver has already accepted your claim which contains a provisional amount and you want to correct it.
There is no charge for modifying your claim. The cost is included in the initial claim.
If you need to modify a claim submitted on paper (all claims before 1 April 2017), the changes must also be made on paper. It is then up to the receiver to enter the claim in the Register.
Invoicing details of the manager (to prevent fraud)
Claims are subject to a fee which is collected by the manager.
The fee is exempt from VAT and is not subject to the tax rules on invoicing.
The details on the fee invoice are:
Rue du Moniteur 8 – 1000 Bruxelles
Staatsbladstraat 8 – 1000 Brussel
IBAN:BE39363028865119 BIC: BBRUBEBB