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Legal Deposits

Through a strategic alliance with the BCR, and while automation advances in the country, Judicial Circuits, through a unique file number, whatever subject, allow users to make deposits or withdrawals in all BCR Offices. 

Due to social impact, Judicial Branch priority has become Alimony. For this purposes, by presenting the file number and your identity card, you can deposit or withdraw money at the cashiers of any BCR branch throughout the country. In addition, through BANCATEL without being registered in the system, you may check if you have pending deposits to withdraw (telephone 2258-9191 typing 0979* instead of your identification card number at system prompts). 

Judicial Circuits automated on this subject now are:

  • First and Second Judicial Circuits of San José
  • Judicial Circuits of Cartago, Heredia, Puntarenas, Pérez Zeledón and Liberia
  • Civil and Small Claim Court de Desamparados.

Regarding embargoes and rents, appropriate arrangements can be made at the following Judicial Circuits:

  • Second Judicial Circuit of San José
  • Judicial Circuits of Heredia, Pérez Zeledón and Liberia

Given the wide variety of cases, if you want information on a particular case and enjoy these benefits, we recommend contacting the particular Judicial Circuit. 

For further information, contact an Account Executive, who will gladly visit you for procedure coordination, or if you prefer, call or email us, and we will gladly assist you.

 

For further information, please contact: CentroAsistenciaBCR@bancobcr.com
Telephone (506) 2211-1111

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