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The X-tee service for submitting applications for the expedited procedure of payment order is primarily aimed at those who need to submit applications to the court in a larger volume.

Legal persons who wish to use this service must first join the data exchange layer in order to use X-tee, then interface their information system with the X-tee service of the subsystem MKMKIS ‘massAsjadeLoomine’. The technical documentation required by the developer can be found below.

Joining X-tee

Joining X-tee, applying for certificates, and describing and managing subsystems will take place on the website – https://x-tee.ee/.

After interfacing with X-tee, it is necessary to send a free-form application to open the X-tee service to the address [email protected].
The application should include: the registry code, the contact person’s email address and phone number, and a brief explanation of the need for the service. Subsequently, the Centre of Registers and Information Systems will open a service for the fast-track processing of payment orders (kis.massasjadeLoomine) for testing and use in the X-tee development environment.

Actions needed to use the X-tee service
  • Joining RIHA for legal persons
  •  Joining X-tee for legal persons
  •  Applying the X-tee certificate for legal persons
  •  Ordering the use of the X-tee service ‘massAsjadeLoomine’ of a legal entity
  • Interfacing the legal person’s information system with the X-tee service ‘kis.massasjadeLoomine’
Technical documentation for development

•    Descriptive document to specification (pdf)
•    Service WSDL

Basic requirements for submitting an application in a debt claim

•    A claim under the expedited procedure of payment order may not exceed EUR 6,400;
•    Ancillary claims in the application (e.g. interest and interest on arrears) must not exceed the principal claim;
•    A claim for which the due date has not yet expired cannot be submitted;
•    The application cannot be filed against the debtor in bankruptcy proceedings;
•    In the expedited procedure of payment order, compensation for non-pecuniary damage cannot be claimed;
•    The application can be submitted by the petitioner or their representative;
•    When submitting an application in the expedited procedure of payment order, a state fee of three (3) per cent is paid on the claim, but not less than EUR 45.

State fee information

The state fee is payable to the account of the Ministry of Finance via one (1) of the following banks: 

  • SEB Pank – current account EE571010220229377229 (SWIFT: EEUHEE2X)
  • Swedbank – current account EE062200221059223099 (SWIFT: HABAEE2X)
  • Luminor Bank – current account EE221700017003510302 (SWIFT: RIKOEE22)
  • LHV Pank – current account EE567700771003819792 (BIC/SWIFT: LHVBEE22)

A unique reference number obtained from the court or from a public e-file should be used to pay the state fees.


In the expedited procedure of payment order, the statement of objection will be lodged on a standard form established by a regulation of the Minister of Justice. This can be done either on paper or by digitally signed email. Objection forms 

For more detailed information on the service and the terms and conditions for using it, please contact the e-File helpdesk at [email protected].