Statistical Report on the Proceedings before the Claims Committee as at 4 November 2019
|Applications received within the deadline||20,702|
|Persons whose losses were asserted||37,623|
|Files/documents from archives||41,796|
|Historical land register excerpts||19,624|
|Inquiries regarding insurance policies||10,902|
|Applications for which compensation was awarded||18,155|
|Applications for which no compensation was awarded||2,547|
|Claims for which compensation was awarded||103,425|
|Claims for which no compensation was awarded||48,524|
|Recourse (review)  no longer possible||20,702|
|Decisions on recourse (review)||551|
|Decisions after reopening ||1,523|
|Applicants who have extended their applications to include co-heirs||1,769|
The search for heirs
|Deceased applicants whose heirs  could be established||4,233|
|Deceased applicants whose heirs are being traced||0|
Advance payments 
|Applications not yet fully disbursed||12|
|Applications not fully disbursed involving claims now expired under the statute of limitations||1117|
- This figure differs to previously published figures due to the application of a revised statistical method.
- Applications for a renewed decision pursuant to Sec. 17 of the General Settlement Fund Law and Sec. 18 of the Rules of Procedure of the Claims Committee.
- Sec. 17 (5) of the Rules of Procedure of the Claims Committee.
- Applicants can allow claims of their co-heirs - these are further people who are heirs of people who originally suffered the losses - to be transferred to them and assert these claims before the Claims Committee, insofar as these co-heirs have not filed an application themselves.
- Heirs and other persons authorized to continue the proceedings (e.g. executors).
- Advance payments were made from December 2005 to July 2009. Elderly applicants were prioritized as long as their claim amounted to a minimum of 500 USD. As a result of an adjustment to the counting method for heirs and co-heirs, as of 26 November 2014 the number of advance payments and closing payments has slightly increased.