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Incidental disputes in insolvency
Pavlů, Robert ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Holčapek, Tomáš (referee)
Incidental disputes in insolvency Abstract, key words This thesis focuses on the issue of incidental disputes in insolvency proceedings with an emphasis on the different types of such disputes, pointing out some problematic aspects of the current legislation. Incidental dispute is a special type of civil court proceedings, the purpose of which is to resolve issues that are central to the whole insolvency proceedings and cannot be resolved in the insolvency proceedings themselves and thus require separate attention. Decisions in such disputes can have a fundamental impact on the rights of litigants and third parties, which underlines their importance not only in the insolvency context. This thesis conducts a thorough analysis of the legal regulation of incidental disputes in insolvency proceedings, drawing on legislation, case law, specialist literature and, last but not least, the practical experience of the author as an assistant of an insolvency practitioner with a special authorization. The thesis first deals with the general concept of incidental disputes, their characteristics, legal regulation and the course of court proceedings concerning them. It then focuses on the different types of incidental disputes as provided for in the Insolvency Act and other relevant legislation. This thesis also refers...
Bankruptcy of financial institutions
Urbanová, Irena ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Sedláček, Miroslav (referee)
Bankruptcy of financial institutions Abstract The topic of the thesis is the bankruptcy of financial institutions. The thesis deal with bankruptcy of financial institutions, which are defined in the Insolvency Act, int its § 2 paragraph k). These include banks, credit unions, securities dealers, insurance companies and reinsurance companies. Given the potential system-wide impact of the bankruptcy of financial institutions and also for the reason a large number of creditors, special legal regulation on the insolvency of financial institutions is necessary. The special legal regulation of bankruptcy of financial institutions can be found in the Part Two of Title IV of Insolvency Act. The main focus of the work is the differences of insolvency proceedings in financial uinstitutions from standard insolvency proceedings. Depositors usually represent the majority of creditors of financial institutions and therefore are afforded increased protection in insolvency proceedings of financial institutions. This protection is based on the deposit insurance system, which in Czech legal environment is represented by the Guarantee System Deposit Insurance Scheme and the Securities Dealers Guarantee Fund, and also in the automatic registration of claims arising from the insolvent debtor's accounts. Special role in the...
The Costs of Bankruptcy
Pérez, Nicolas ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Střeleček, Tomáš (referee)
The Costs of Bankruptcy Abstract This work deals with the question of whether insolvency law effectively reduces the cost of bankruptcy in the context of insolvency proceedings of commercial corporations. The author first defines the economic foundations of insolvency law and emphasizes its goal as a maximalization of the creditor's wealth. The first chapter focuses on the initial context of insolvency proceedings and emphasizes an economic perspective that views insolvency proceedings as a mechanism for shifting a residual claim from shareholders to creditors at the lowest costs. The author describes the costs of using this mechanism as the costs of bankruptcy. The second chapter describes what kind of costs are associated to the civil proceedings. Subsequently the author elaborates on the relationship in between the civil proceeding costs and insolvency proceeding costs. The rest of the second chapter is dedicated to the direct and indirect costs of bankruptcy. The costs of the insolvency trustee and the costs of using external advisors are identified as the most important direct bankruptcy costs. The third chapter Describes the position of the insolvency trustee and his role in insolvency proceedings, including the method of its remuneration. The Author analyzes whether the set calculation of the...
Bankruptcy of financial institutions
Urbanová, Irena ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Sedláček, Miroslav (referee)
Bankruptcy of financial institutions Abstract The topic of the thesis is the bankruptcy of financial institutions. The thesis deal with bankruptcy of financial institutions, which are defined in the Insolvency Act, int its § 2 paragraph k). These include banks, credit unions, securities dealers, insurance companies and reinsurance companies. Given the potential system-wide impact of the bankruptcy of financial institutions and also for the reason a large number of creditors, special legal regulation on the insolvency of financial institutions is necessary. The special legal regulation of bankruptcy of financial institutions can be found in the Part Two of Title IV of Insolvency Act. The main focus of the work is the differences of insolvency proceedings in financial uinstitutions from standard insolvency proceedings. Depositors usually represent the majority of creditors of financial institutions and therefore are afforded increased protection in insolvency proceedings of financial institutions. This protection is based on the deposit insurance system, which in Czech legal environment is represented by the Guarantee System Deposit Insurance Scheme and the Securities Dealers Guarantee Fund, and also in the automatic registration of claims arising from the insolvent debtor's accounts. Special role in the...
Tax administrators' claim in insolvency proceedings
Ulvr, David ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
Tax administrators' claim in insolvency proceedings Abstract The thesis deals with the claims of the tax administrator in insolvency proceedings. As this is a complex and very broad issue, the thesis focuses on a more detailed analysis of two major cases in which the tax administrator acts as a creditor in insolvency proceedings. Specifically, these are cases where the tax administrator acts as a secured or preferential creditor. The thesis also analyses the data provided by the tax authorities on the basis of questions sent to them. The thesis is divided into two chapters. The first one deals with the tax administrator as a secured creditor. First, the advantages of the secured creditor status in insolvency proceedings are explained. The substantial part of the chapter is devoted to the creation of the tax administrator's pledge, which differs from the general pledge. The thesis reflects on what tax claims can be subject to a pledge in the context of the new case law of the Supreme Administrative Court. This chapter also explains the possible impact of the commencement of insolvency proceedings on the duration of the pledge. The chapter also deals with the conflict between the Insolvency Act and the Civil Code regarding the order of creation of a pledge and presents possible solutions. The next subchapter...
Assessment of the creditworthiness of a consumer in insolvency proceedings
Tetera, Filip ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
1 Assessment of the creditworthiness of a consumer in insolvency proceedings Abstract This diploma thesis deals with a creditor's obligation to assess a consumer's creditworthiness with due professional care before concluding a consumer credit agreement, or alternatively amending such an agreement consisting of a significant increase in the total amount of consumer credit imposed on the consumer credit provider by Act No. 145/2010 Coll., on consumer credit, or Act No. 257/2016 Coll., on consumer credit. Enshrining this obligation in the aforementioned laws is one of the manifestations of consumer protection in our legal system. The primary goal of this obligation is to protect the consumer, who, compared to consumer credit providers, certainly lacks professional, and in particular legal and economic, knowledge and experience in the field of consumer credit provision, as well being materially and personally equipped as regards disproportionate and reckless borrowing. Over-indebting of households negatively affects not only the consumer as an individual, on whom the negative consequences fall existentially, but also the Czech Republic as a state, and ultimately also creditors from consumer credit contracts, i.e. ultimately they are also protected by regulation and compliance with the obligation of providers...
Reorganizace jako možnost řešení úpadku
Bouchal, David
Bouchal, D. Reorganization as a possible solution to bankruptcy. Bachelor thesis. Brno: Mendel University, 2016. Bachelor thesis is focused on reorganization, as one of the ways of solving bankruptcy. On the basis of economic analysis of chosen company, author suggested some necessary measures that should lead to a successful reorganization and rehabilitation of said company. The suggested reorganization process is evaluated and also compared to bankruptcy. The conclusion is supplemented by generally accepted recommendations applicable in insolvency proceedings.
Businessman as a subject of insolvency proceedings
URBANCOVÁ, Markéta
The aim of the diploma thesis is directed at the process of insolvency proceedings, in which the businessman acts as a debtor, or the so-called subject of insolvency proceedings. The theoretical part deals with the basic concepts, subjects of procedural proceedings and the insolvency process itself. It discusses ways of resolving the debtor's bankruptcy and does not omit significant recent changes in the insolvency law, nor historical developments in the field of insolvency. In the practical part, the insolvency register is a supporting source in data collection. For the purposes of the diploma thesis, we work with real subjects, ie. insolvent debtors. In the analysis of individual cases, the greatest emphasis is placed on the debt relief amendment No. 31/2019 Coll. IZ. The aim of the thesis is to analysis insolvency proceedings from the point of view of entry conditions of businessman in debt relief before and after a significant change in the Insolvency Act in 2019, evaluate the impact on businessman and find out whether the amendment generally contributed to streamlining insolvency proceedings.
Oceňování v rámci insolvenčního řízení
LOPATA, Ondřej
In my diploma thesis I deal mainly with the difficulty of valuing real estate in insol-vency proceedings, the insidiousness of such valuation and the difference between the usual price and the extraordinary price. However, an equally important part of my work is also the issue of insolvency proceedings themselves, its course, debt relief variants or figures involved in the proceedings. The aim of the work was at least a basic acquaintance and understanding of insolvency proceedings, its variants, pitfalls, and above all, valuation of real estate, which are monetized during the pro-ceedings to debtors. As the solution to insolvency proceedings has several variants, and therefore the entities that fall into the proceedings are not only natural persons, but also legal en-tities, not only real estate is valued in insolvency proceedings. It is possible to value securities, movables, shares, companies, ie everything that has a financial value. In my diploma thesis I will deal with the valuation of real estate, due to the field I am studying. In the practical part of my work, I tried to show and analyze on a specific case, what is the difference between the usual price and the extraordinary price, why the extra-ordinary price is approached and how to solve such cases. I obtained a specific case thanks to the insolvency register, which is freely accessible to all persons and does not require any authorizations, so it is public.
Legal status of creditors in insolvency proceedings
RYBNÍČKOVÁ, Anita
The theme of this thesis is the legal status of creditors in insolvency proceedings.The following thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part. The first chapter defines its objectives and methodical approach, the second one deals with the regulation of insolvency law, the third with creditors and the fourth chapter focuses on bankruptcy and its resolutions. The fifth chapter presents a case study which forms the practical part of the diploma thesis. Within this practical part, attention is paid to the case study of a company that found itself in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings. Emphasis is put on creditors and their legal status and competencies.

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