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Filing and settling of claims in insolvency proceedings
Karas, Ivo ; Smolík, Petr (advisor) ; Winterová, Alena (referee)
Filing and settling of claims in insolvency proceedings Abstract The aim of the thesis was to provide a comprehensive picture of the two mutually interconnected topics: (i) classification of claims from the perspective of insolvency proceedings and (ii) filing and settling of claims in insolvency proceedings. Bankruptcy has always accompanied human societies from its very beginnings when people began to exchange goods and provide services. The importance of regulation of bankruptcy is even up with growing trade exchange. The matter stays in focus of lawyers in Czech Republic because the related case law is constantly evolving, which provides the legislator with useful inputs for amendments of the statute law. The source of the amendments of the statute law is also a change in social conditions and recent public policy efforts to make debt releaf and exemption from remaining debts admissible for poor debtors. The 1st part of the thesis is a theoretical introduction focused on the nature of insolvency proceedings (including comparison with general individual civil proceedings), subjects in insolvency proceedings and legal principles governing this procedure. In the 2nd part, I analyzed the classification of claims as the insolvency statute law distinguish them, especially with regards to determination of the...

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