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Invalidity and Ineffectiveness of Legal Action in Insolvency Proceedings
Glogr, Michael ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
Invalidity and Ineffectiveness of Legal Action in Insolvency Proceedings Abstract The subject of this thesis is a comprehensive analysis of the institute of invalidity of legal actions and ineffectiveness of legal actions and the incorporation of these concepts in contemporary legal theory and practice. The legislation protects the rights of recipients of the law and the public interest by identifying the legal actions which contradict the principles of morality or (and?) the law, as absolutely or relatively invalid, if the meaning and the purpose of the Act so require. Legal actions are also considered invalid if those actions undertake to the fulfilment of something impossible and in certain cases also if those actions are not made in the required form or if they are an error. The current legislation also protects creditors from the behaviour of debtors, if they intentionally shorten their creditors, through an institution called the relative ineffectiveness of legal action. The purpose is to protect creditors, guarantors and other persons against this shortening legal actions made by debtors. Such conduct of the debtor is formally not problematic, but it damages creditors, who therefore have the right to demand that the court determines such action is ineffective (only) against them. The author's...

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