The Bankruptcy Register Search is a fee based service provided by the Australian Financial Security authority. For the fee, you receive one search of the National Personal Insolvency Index. You also receive either one extract or one result report.
The BRS can be searched one of two ways. Either by name and date of birth, or by reference number. The name search uses given, middle and family names, date f birth and a choice of all insolvency records back to 1928 or just records from the past 10 years. The AFSA Reference search uses district, number, year and checkdigit.
It is recommended you read the search tips before use so as to narrow down results to find the person you are searching.
This is an online service with the results emailed to the email address you enter. You may also create a BRS Account if you perform searches regularly.
The Bankruptcy Register Search is useful when you wish to find out if a person in bankrupt or subject to a debt agreement or personal insolvency agreement.