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Legal possition of the insolvency administrator in debt reliéf
Mráčková, Monika ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
1 Legal possition of the insolvency administrator in debt reliéf Abstract An insolvency administrator has an irreplaceable role in the insolvency proceedings. He isn'n an lawyer of debtor or creditors. However, he has to defend a legal interests both of them and to direct insolvency proceedings in such a way that its purpose is fulfilled. The purpose of the insolvency proceedings is to achieve the greatest satisfaction of creditors without any unjustly harmed or unlawfully favored party. The aim of this diploma thesis called "Legal possition of the insolvency administrator in debt relief" is to comprehensively analyze the insolvency administrator's procedure, its role and activity in debt relief. The secondary subject of the thesis is the evaluation of the debt relief legislation, which was substantially amended by an amendment No. 31/2019 Sb. Text of the thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. Initial part is divided into four chapters, in which the characteristics of the insolvency administrator, including his position towards other entities in insolvency proceedings. The second and third chapters specify the process of issuing the insolvency administrator's license, including the conditions they must fulfill in order to be authorized. The fourth chapter gives the reader insight into...
Problematic aspects of satisfaction of creditors' claims in debt relief
Vávra, Vojtěch ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the current legislation of debt relief - as one of three types of insolvency proceedings, in which the situation of person, who has been declared insolvent, in compliance with Czech insolvency law can be resolved - as well as of the satisfaction of creditors' claims within these proceedings. Especially it is focused on problematic issues, that occur during the realisation phase of debt relief and for that the insolvency law does not give an explicit answer. First, the thesis deals with debt relief in theoretical view and provides a comprehensive overview of claims, which are in these proceedings satisfied and which ones are not, and their classification in according to succession, in that they are satisfied. This chapter is particularly focused on claims, which are secured by assets belonging to the insolvency estate, and subordinate claims, which can be satisfied, only when all other debts have been paid, and problems related to it. Second, the thesis describes the election procedure, within creditors choose a part of insolvency estate, which will be used for satisfaction of their claims, depending on debtor's assets and expected future earnings, and tries to answer a question, which type of majority of (unsecured) creditors is required to adopt a resolution on how to resolve...
Means of evidence in civil process
Navrátilík, Šimon ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
- Means of Evidence in Civil Proceedings The topic of this thesis is means of evidence in civil process. The taking of evidence is the most important part of civil proceedings, and therefore this paper presents its comprehensive summary, together with an overview of the means of evidence available in civil proceedings. This work is divided into three main parts with many subchapters. The first part deals with the process of proving in general. It describes its course, main principles and rules that govern it. Likewise, this section focuses on partial issues in the taking of evidence, such as the standard of evidence or proving negative facts. Last but not least, it deals with the burden to claim and prove facts and their distribution among the parties. The second part deals with evidence expressly provided for in the Code of Civil Procedure. In practice, these means of proof are most often found in court proceedings, and therefore their application is dealt with in a number of texts and court decisions. Nevertheless, this section outlines how the individual evidence has evolved over time. The third part deals with non- regulated evidence in the Code of Civil Procedure. Of these, the most widespread is audio and video recordings whose crucial issue is their admissibility in the light of the right to...
Preparation of Dispute Proceedings
Maux, Tomáš ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
The topic of this thesis is the Preparation of Dispute Proceedings. I am convinced, that particularly this part of proceedings is truly important, because everything else depends on it. If the proceedings is not perfectly prepared, subsequent proceedings is endangered with a risk of delay. Although, the preparation of the proceedings is fully in the hands of the judge, it must be taken seriously by all parties involved. After all, the proceedings may end at this stage, based on passivity of the parties, e.g. by judgment of acknowledgment. The ultimate instrument in preparation of proceedings is qualified summon, which I have paid the most attention to in terms of number of pages. However, all instruments entrusted to judge are mentioned in this thesis and evaluated in terms of their effectiveness. The thesis is divided into four chapters, introduction and conclusion not included. The first chapter focus on the key words definition and defining starting points of the work. Each of the following chapter is then devoted to one stage of the preparation of proceedings.
Inheritance procedings with focus on resolution of succession disputes
Benko, Jan ; Smolík, Petr (advisor) ; Frintová, Dita (referee)
INHERITANCE PROCEEDINGS WITH FOCUS ON RESOLUTION OF SUCCESSION DISPUTES Key Words: inheritance proceedings, succession disputes, resolution of succession disputes Although the inheritance proceedings is a regular agenda of just one of all the legal professions in the Czech Republic - notaries - it is recommended to pay attention to it by other members of the legal community at least to the extent so that they have a general overview of it. This knowledge then might be found useful not only in a professional career but also in the private sphere. Attorneys must possess this knowledge considerably wider and deeper, because while representing their clients before a notary as a judicial commissioner may and actually do arise disputes over being an heir of a deceased individual, what an estate of the deceased individual include or not etc. The aim of this thesis is, in particular, to expound to the wider professional public inheritance proceedings, to provide general overview of its regular process and possible difficulties that may appear, to point out potential succession or other related disputes, and to help members of the notary community with their day-to-day business and unified and clear resolution of succession disputes arose in inheritance proceedings. The first part of this thesis is devoted to the...
The process of monetization of assets in insollvency proceedings
Kňazovická, Miriama ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the process of monetization of property assets in insolvency proceedings. The assets are undoubtedly one of the fundamental institutes of insolvency proceedings as they serve to satisfy the debtor's creditors, thereby fulfilling the main purpose of the insolvency proceedings. The aim of this thesis is to acquaint the reader in detail with the process of monetization of assets with the use of valid legislation, professional publications related to the matter and numerous case-law. Also, the experience gained through practice in the insolvency trustee's office was used. The thesis mainly focuses on the assets monetization in bankruptcy proceedings as the most common and universal method of insolvency settlement. The basis for this thesis is made up by the Insolvency Act, as amended until 31 May 2019. The thesis is divided into seven chapters. The initial part of the thesis determines the general concept of the assets as well as a brief treatise on the activities carried out by insolvency trustee, especially those related to identifying and listing assets. In Chapter 3 herein the listing of the assets, procedure and conditions for discarding or excluding the property from it is being described. The thesis then continues with detailed description of the monetization...
Insolvency proceedings in light of Act no. 31/2019
Douda, Jiří ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with a comprehensive assessment of the amendment No. 31/2019 Coll. to the Insolvency Act. in relation to the previous legislation. The reason for processing this topic was the topicality of debt discharge in relation to individuals in a debt trap and the absence of an effective legal solution to their financial situation. In the introductory chapter, the thesis is devoted to the description of insolvency proceedings and defines the essentials of debt discharge. In the next chapter, the author deals with the main reasons for the adopting and the main aims of the amendment, as well as assessment of the suitability and applicability of the amended provisions of the Insolvency Act. The author deals in particular with the amended provisions of the Insolvency Act, which change the overall concept of debt discharge of individuals. At the same time, the author reflects on the application and interpretation problems associated with individual provisions and proposes their solution. Finally, the author discusses the legal, economic and social impacts of the amendment and assesses whether the objectives of the amendment have been met.
Invalidity and Ineffectiveness of Legal Acts in the Insolvency Proceedings
Cibulková, Kristýna ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
The thesis (as its name suggests) deals with the issue of invalidity and ineffectiveness of legal acts in the context of insolvency proceedings. First of all, the very concept of invalidity and ineffectiveness of legal acts is explained, followed by explanation of the causes of occurrence of these institutes, as well as their consequences and overall their place in the context of the Czech legal order. Following this excursion, the regulation of these two institutes both in the insolvency and civil legal codes is compared, as is compared their regulation both in the currently effective legal regulation and in the previous no longer effective one. The aim of this comparison is, first of all, to depict the evolution of the institute of invalidity and ineffectiveness in the Czech legal system and to find out how and why the regulation has changed. Such knowledge is important both theoretically and practically, since it defines which sources (including court decisions) created under the older regulation are still applicable under the new regulation. Secondly, the aim of this comparison is also to find out and define how the invalidity and ineffectiveness depend on each other, as well as how these two institutes regulated by insolvency and civil codes depend on each other (if they do at all). This again...
Reorganization under insolvency law
Svoboda, Štěpán ; Smolík, Petr (advisor) ; Winterová, Alena (referee)
Reorganization under insolvency law Abstract The goal of this diploma thesis "Reorganization under insolvency law" is to provide coherent description of the most important legal institutes of reorganization, which is non-liquidation form of solution of bankruptcy and analysis of these institutes. Reorganization is regulated by the Act. No. 182/2006 Coll, on insolvency and modes of its solutions. The thesis is divided into two parts that are further divided into chapters and subchapters. The first part describes institutes of insolvency proceedings that are common to all forms of solution of bankruptcy with focus on reorganization. This part is divided into five chapters that describe initiation of insolvency proceedings, bankruptcy, content and essentials of motion on insolvency, effects of initiating insolvency proceedings and consideration of motion on insolvency and court decision about it. The second part contains analysis of the reorganization from its start to its end. This part is divided into eight chapters which explain institutes of reorganization in detail. First and second chapter provide a definition of the reorganization and admissibility of reorganization as defined by law. Third and fourth chapter describe motion on permission of reorganization and the method of its approving by creditors...
The Position and Application of Claims of the Secured Creditor in Insolvency Proceedings
Matuška, Dominik ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
The Position and Application of Claims of the Secured Creditor in Insolvency Proceedings Abstract The topic of this thesis is the position and application of claims of the secured creditor within the special and to some extent independent type of civil court proceedings, which is insolvency proceedings. The object of insolvency proceedings is the bankruptcy or imminent bankruptcy of the debtor and the method of its resolution. It is more than clear, that the creditors who are involved in this proceedings have an interest in ensuring that their claim is satisfied as much as possible. The aim of the paper, as its name itself suggests, is not a general description of the course of insolvency proceedings, but a comprehensive analysis of the position and application of claims of the secured creditors. In the insolvency law, we understand the concept of secured creditor somewhat more narrowly compared to the general substantive law, which is based on the Civil Code. Indeed, the Insolvency Act defines who is deemed to be a secured creditor for the purposes of insolvency proceedings, and this definition does not include all types of security institutes known to us from substantive law. When examining the issue, I proceed from the relevant legal regulations, relevant case law of the higher courts of the Czech...

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