Consultation by parties entitled to access the information

A limited number of persons are legally entitled to consult data in the Central Point of Contact for accounts and financial contracts (CPC) database, as part of their public interest mission. They are referred to as parties entitled to access the information.

Within the framework of a strict procedure, a number of parties explicitly designated by law are entitled to access the information in the CPC database (for a list, click ‘overview of parties entitled to access the information’ below). Such consultation can also only take place in the context of their public interest mission. 

Overview of parties entitled to access the information

  • Certain officials of the Federal Public Service (FPS) Finance who are part of:
    • the services that audit income tax or value added tax;
    • the General Administration of Customs and Excise (GAC&E);
    • the collecting services that collect amounts relating to: 
      • tax and non-tax revenue;
      • customs and excise duties;
      • the Code on Registration, Mortgage and Court Registry Duties;
      • the Inheritance Tax Code of the General Administration of Patrimonial Documentation;
      • criminal fines, forfeiture of sums of money, legal costs and contributions;
    • the Treasury Administration;
       
  • Certain magistrates of the FPS Justice:
    • Crown Prosecutors and all magistrates exercising this function;
    • Investigating Judges;
    • the Company Court within the framework of insolvency proceedings; 
    • Justices of the Peace in the context of the appointment of an assets administrator;
    • the Central Office for Seizure and Confiscation (OCSC/COIV);
    • State Security and the General Intelligence and Security Service of the Armed Forces (SGRS/ADIV);
       
  • Certain employees of the Flemish Tax Administration;
  • Notaries for declarations of estate;
  • The National Chamber of Judicial Officers at the request of the attachment judge;
  • The Financial Intelligence Processing Unit (CTIF/CFI).

Separate SharePoint site

Parties entitled to access the information will find more information about the CPC on a separate SharePoint site and in the legal texts governing the CPC.