What is the IVA database?
In line with IVA regulations, every IVA is listed on the IVA register which is sometimes referred to as the IVA database.
These records form part of the 'Individual Insolvency Register', which itself is sometimes referred to as the IVA register.
Why Have An IVA Database
The Insolvency Service hold the database on all IVAs and bankruptcies. This is done because all insolvencies in the United Kingdom are a matter of public record and details of each insolvency must be kept.
The IVA database contains information on the each IVA. It details the name of the person that is in the IVA, their date of birth, as well as details of which Insolvency Practitioner is acting as IVA supervisor for that particular IVA.
Also details of the Court where the IVA was processed, the start date of the IVA and the date the IVA is due to complete.
Amending the IVA database
The IVA database is generated by humans and as a result it's prone to human error.
It is strongly recommended that any individual that's entered into an IVA should check the details on the IVA database for themselves, to check that their record is accurate.
If there is an error the IVA database can be amended. This is done by clicking the appropriate button on the bottom of the individual record containing the inaccuracy. The Insolvency Service will then make the necessary amendments.
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