Info per richiesta servizi - Ancona

You can make a publication request by filling out the request form entirely online.

This makes it possible to optimize the schedule and manner of publication. Specifically, the advantages are:

  • immediate transmission of the data
  • reduction of the margin of error (the data is attributed to the source and does not need interpretation)
  • the possibility of storing the requests made in a special digital archive. In case of any subsequent request for publication, it is enough to edit a request already made, modify it and send it

The online form is accessible to requesting professionals/subjects through the private area. Access to this area requires entering the username and password chosen by the professional (the activation code must be entered to access these settings). Those who do not have an activation code can request it by filling out the "Activation Code Request Form" and faxing it to 039 - 330.98.96. You will be contacted directly by

Inside the private area, the professional will be able to enter all the data related to the publication request completely autonomously and attach the court order and/or notice of sale, appraisal and any floor plans and photos directly.

You can view the status of requests at any time and print out receipts showing that they have been submitted.

Alternatively, the following form can be used to make a request for publication

which must be completed in its entirety and submitted by e-mail to: or by fax to the number 039 - 330.98.96, together with a copy of the court order or notice of sale, a copy of the appraisal and any attachments (photos, floor plans, etc.).


We inform you that the Italian Privacy Guarantor, in a measure published in Official Gazette No. 47 of February 25, 2008, ruled that "judicial officials and professionals delegated to the operations of sale of auctioned properties should not indicate in the published documents, including online, the name of the debtor and any other personal data that can directly identify them. A similar level of protection must also be afforded to any third parties who appear in the documents, except for cases in which it is required by law. However, the Office of the Court Clerk may satisfy the interests of those who intend to acquire the assets by providing them with information about the debtor and any additional information."1 By way of example only, it should be noted that the data relating to the enforced debtor should not appear in the court order, notice of sale or appraisal; the professional should also take care to delete data and/or references to third parties in the appraisals or floor plans and obscure images of third parties in photographs.

For all further information, please consult the full text of the provision, also available online at

1 Press release of the Privacy Guarantor dated February 26, 2008