The National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII) is a publicly available electronic record of some personal insolvency proceedings in Australia.
The NPII provides information about individuals who have been subject to proceedings under the Bankruptcy Act 1966 from August 1928.
It does not include any information on company liquidations or administrations.
If you'd like to do a search on the NPII see Bankruptcy Register Search for steps on how to do this.
Tip - If you've been bankrupt yourself and want to find out when your bankruptcy will end or get confirmation it has ended, you don't need to pay to do a Bankruptcy Register Search. You can request a End of bankruptcy confirmation for free using our online form.
What information is recorded on the NPII?
- The name, date of birth (if known), residential address and occupation as disclosed on documents accepted by the Official Receiver.
- Previous names and aliases (if known).
- The type of proceeding, the date it started and the administration number.
- The name and contact details of the trustee or administrator of the proceeding.
- The current status of the person and/or the proceeding. For example whether a person is discharged from bankruptcy or whether a creditor’s petition for a person’s bankruptcy is in progress.
See the following document for more information: Official Receiver Practice Statement 8 The National Personal Insolvency Index.
See the NPII glossary for more information about the terms.