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Bankruptcy law and enterprise restructuring

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The Restructuring Law introduces a number of instruments to liquidate a company effectively or to transform an indebted enterprise so as to prevent its bankruptcy. The knowledge of bankruptcy law enables finding an efficient solution to deal with the financial distress situation in a way that is safe to both the debtor and the creditor.


The Restructuring Law introduces mechanisms for restructuring a debtor's business and avoiding its bankruptcy and liquidation. Maintaining the debtor's business is often much better for creditors than its liquidation. It also lets people keep their jobs and allows undisturbed performance of contracts thus benefiting the economy and society.


In this section you will find up-to-date information on bankruptcy proceedings and enterprise restructuring in and outside the European Union.

 

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Bankruptcy and restructuring proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Expiry of powers of attorney in the context of declaring bankruptcy

The Civil Code says that if an enterprise declares bankruptcy, the commercial power of attorney (prokura) expires. More »

Consumer bankruptcy – when should it be declared

A consumer bankruptcy petition will be effective if the requirements set out in the Insolvency Act are met. More »

Offset of claims under restructuring law

A business activity depends, among other things, on financial liquidity. An enterprise cannot continue its operations if any enforcement is pending against it. More »

When should a management board member file a petition for bankruptcy of a Polish limited liability company

Polish bankruptcy law obliges the debtor to file a petition for bankruptcy within 30 days of the day on which the grounds for declaring bankruptcy arose. More »

Legalisation of documents in insolvency proceedings pending in another Member State

Discrepancies between national bankruptcy laws of different countries encouraged the EU to unify its insolvency laws. More »

Changes in the Bankruptcy and Composition Law 2016

On January 1., 2016, the new act of May 15., 2015 - Restructuring Law, came into force. It contains changes to the currently effective Bankruptcy and Composition Law. More »

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