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Reorganization and its importance in Czech insolvency law
Marian, Daniel ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Frintová, Dita (referee)
v anglickém jazyce The subject of this thesis is reorganization as a method of resolving a debtor's insolvency or imminent insolvency pursuant to the Insolvency Act. This thesis analyses the current legal regulation on reorganization, evaluates the existing empirical studies and presents the results of its own empirical research into the reorganizations which were permitted in the years 2014 to 2017. This thesis also seeks to answer whether reorganization truly represents a rehabilitation process and whether it can be considered a basic method of resolving insolvency next to bankruptcy, as originally envisioned by the legislators whilst enacting the Insolvency Act. Furthermore, whether or not the so- called "Revision Amendment" had any positive effect on reorganizations is also researched. Last but not least, this thesis deals with reorganization from the perspective of de lege ferenda and its importance for Czech insolvency law. First of all, this thesis shows that reorganization is not a purely rehabilitative process but that it can also have liquidation effects. The classification of reorganization as a rehabilitation method of resolving bankruptcy is therefore inaccurate. Furthermore, it is shown that the Revision Amendment to the Insolvency Act does not have any significant positive practical...
Assets in the insolvency proceeding
Marek, David ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
The thesis focuses on the concept of assets, which represents one of the most basic and most important notions of the insolvency law. Assets within the meaning of the Insolvency Act are intended to satisfy the debtor's creditors. The correct finding and recording of the relevant assets and the and the following stages of the insolvency proceedings have a crucial impact on the level of satisfaction that will be given to the debtor's creditors. Step by step, the present thesis introduces to the reader the legal regulation of the most important legal terms related to the insolvency assets. Starting with the definition of the term assets to the inventory phase, where the relevant assets are recorded. In the context of this phase, the thesis addresses the duty of co-operation by the debtor in the insolvency proceedings. The thesis continues to deal with the inventory of the insolvency assets, including the asset valuation. Not even the description of the possibilities of defending the wrong classification of the property in the inventory of assets is missing. The next chapter, in turn, deals with the handling and management of insolvency assets by the insolvency administrator. The last chapter focuses on possible ways of monetizing assets, whereby the different ways are compared to each other and the...
Assets in insolvency proceeding
Marek, David ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
The thesis focuses on the concept of assets, which represents one of the most basic and most important notions of the insolvency law. Assets within the meaning of the Insolvency Act are intended to satisfy the debtor's creditors. The correct finding and recording of the relevant assets and the and the following stages of the insolvency proceedings have a crucial impact on the level of satisfaction that will be given to the debtor's creditors. Step by step, the present thesis introduces to the reader the legal regulation of the most important legal terms related to the insolvency assets. Starting with the definition of the term assets to the inventory phase, where the relevant assets are recorded. In the context of this phase, the thesis addresses the duty of co-operation by the debtor in the insolvency proceedings. The thesis continues to deal with the inventory of the insolvency assets, including the asset valuation. Not even the description of the possibilities of defending the wrong classification of the property in the inventory of assets is missing. The next chapter, in turn, deals with the handling and management of insolvency assets by the insolvency administrator. The last chapter focuses on possible ways of monetizing assets, whereby the different ways are compared to each other and the...
Assets in the Insolvency Proceedings
Mánek, Václav ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
v anglickém jazyce This diploma thesis main objective is to analyse those parts of the Czech insolvency law dealing with the assets and at the same time to define all related terms. The partial objective of the thesis is to identify the 2006 Insolvency Act provisions relating to the assets which appear to be inadequate and to propose possible legislative changes. The objective of the thesis was fulfilled. An analysis of the key provisions of the Insolvency Act dealing with the assets was carried out and all of the important terms were defined. As the author of the thesis concludes that the current legislation is rather efficient, he suggests only some partial changes, such as the extension of the time limit, during which the former members of the management of the debtor - legal entity are obliged to cooperate with the insolvency trustee. Regarding its systematics, the thesis is divided into seven chapters, most of which are subdivided into subchapters. The first chapter deals with the historical development of insolvency law in the territory of today's Czech Republic. It maps the legal regulations from the 18th century to the present, with the greatest attention being paid to the current insolvencylaw and explaining its most significant recent amendments. The definition of assets in the Czech and...
Registration of claims in insolvency proceedings
Murin, Ladislav ; Smolík, Petr (advisor) ; Winterová, Alena (referee)
Registration of claims in insolvency proceedings Abstract In the financial world it is not uncommon for debtors to find themselves in a situation of being insolvent and unable to fulfill their obligations to creditors. Insolvency proceedings were created to resolve such a situation, enabling the creditors to have their claims registered and satisfied en masse (collectively). However, the registration of claims is a complex process consisting of several phases, namely the registration of claims stricto sensu, their verification and satisfaction. Proper understanding of each of its individual aspects is crucial for the creditors. However, constant changes by the legislator to the rules of this process make it difficult for creditors to understand them. The newest changes to the "rules of the game" are a result of two acts by which the Act No. 182/2006 Coll., on insolvency and its resolution (insolvency act) was amended and which came into effect in 2017. The amendments brought a number of changes, but changes to the registration of claims occurred mainly in the verification of filed claims, the status of claims registered by the homeowner association and in the filing of contingent and future secured claims. The most significant change brought about by one of these amendments is the disuse of the verification...
Discharge from debts by individuals doing business - the possible effects on the economy
BLÁHOVÁ, Jana
The topic of this thesis is Discharge from debts by individuals doing business - the possible effects on the economy. The aim of the diploma thesis is to introduce and to evaluate the discharge from debts of individuals-businessmen as one of the rehabilitative solutions of insolvency. In the first part, we get acquainted with development of legislative adjustment of insolvency law, course of the insolvency proceedings and process subjects. The thesis follows with introducing methods of solving the insolvency of a debtor. The main part of the thesis discusses the issue of discharge from debts of businessmen in detail including formulation of calculation of repayment and evaluation of suitability of this approach to solution of business debts based on data from publicly available sources. In the last part, we focus on assessing the degree of burden on borrowers and creditors and possible impacts on the economy. In the conclusion there are summarized all learned facts.
Prerequisites of successful reorganization of the company MOTORPAL, a. s.
Bejčková, Radka ; Schönfeld, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Smrčka, Luboš (referee)
This thesis focus on the insolvency proceedings, which were performed in the company MOTORPAL, a. s. During more than seventy years of its history, this company built its strong position on foreign markets in the area of production of fuel injectors for diesel engines and also now belongs between the largest employers in the Region of Vysočina. Constantly deteriorating financial situation forced the owners of the company to take strong measures to restore the company, which led, with the support of secured and unsecured creditors, to preparation and drawing up of reorganization plan. The plan was attached to insolvency application of the company, which meant that company chose the pre-packed reorganization as a way how to solve its bankruptcy. The thesis analyzes the main steps of whole process and highlights all the prerequisites which led to successful completion of this insolvency proceedings and to renewals of financial stability of this traditional Czech manufacturing company.
The property estate in insolvency proceedings
Chuchro, Jan ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
This thesis deals with two main topics: the insolvency proceeding in Czech republic according the Incolvency Code, and the Institute of assets. It also provides short comparision of the chosen legal institutes of the assets between Czech and German insolvency codes. The purpose of this thesis is to define and describe the incolvency proceeding and the institute of assets and to evaluate the regulation of the Incolvency code and to predict the possible course of its future changes. The insolvency proceeding in Czech republic is a part of civil proceeding, and it is very specific because of its purpose, which is to solve the bankrupcy of the debtor and to achieve the maximum able repayments for his creditors. That is the reason why the insolvency proceeding must have its own specific legal principals and many specific rules devoted to achieve its purpose, so the Insolvency code includes many rules to prevent the possible misuse of these institutes for some other goals. This thesis deals with the subjects of the insolvency proceeding and their interests in the proceeding, their duties and competences and with their mutual relationships. The most importatnt of these subjects is the insolvency administrator, who is mainly responsible for the creation, administration and the final selling of the assets. This...
The Amendment to the Insolvency Act (Focused on Personal Bankruptcy)
Černohorská, Lucie ; Angelovská, Olga (advisor) ; Ochrana, František (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the current amendment of the Insolvency Act. It was written by the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic. There is introduce the current amendment focuses on personal bankuptcy. The thesis introduces the legislative process of this amendment. For the identification of the actors was used the theory of advocacy coalitions. It shows their conflict of opinions. Two very different coalitions were defined in this problem amendment of Insolvency Act. Based on expert interviews were identified weaknesses of personal bankruptcy and devided into several groups. The study works with the concept of social stratification. It is used to ilustrate quantitative analysis. It contains the research sample of 91 and it completed insolvency proceedings (personal bankruptcy with repayment schedule). The sample were chosen from the relevant courts in Prague, Liberec region and Ústí nad Labem region. The results have been compared in the context of each area and as a whole sample.
Assets in insolvency proceedings
Marian, Daniel ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
The subject of this thesis is the institute of assets, one of the fundamental legal institutes of insolvency proceedings, which plays an absolutely crucial role in the process of solving the debtor's bankruptcy and the satisfaction of the debtor's creditors. The purpose of this thesis is not to cover the legal institute of assets in all its breadth, but to try to present the legislation on assets and important legal institutes related to it in the Insolvency Act in context of insolvency proceedings. Furthermore, this thesis works with the conclusions of the judicial practice of insolvency courts, presents thoughts on the current state of the Insolvency Act and defines certain areas, in which amendments to the Insolvency Act should occur in the future. This work is divided into nine chapters with regard to the legal provisions of the Insolvency Act governing the institute of assets. After a brief introduction the first chapter deals with the historical development of insolvency law, the Insolvency Act and the definition of assets. The second and third chapters are focused on the extent and content of the debtor's assets in insolvency proceedings, including related institutes of invalidity and ineffectiveness of legal actions. The fourth chapter defines the process of identifying assets and the rights...

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