5 edition of The European Insolvency Regulation found in the catalog.
September 20, 2004
by Kluwer Law International
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Get this from a library! European insolvency regulation. [Klaus Pannen; Council of the European Union.;] -- This book includes comments on the EIR, taking into account the national and international court rulings and literature as well as country reports and comments on the German regulations . In this contribution I summarily review the changes to the European Insolvency Regulation (‘EIR’). The new Regulation, /, will apply to insolvency proceedings opened after 26 June It repeals Regulation / I will use ‘EIR ’ for the new Regulation and ‘former EIR’ when I refer to Regulation /
Unusually for a European regulation, the EC Insolvency Regulation does not seek to harmonise insolvency laws between the different member states. Like the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency, the EC Regulation also employs the concept of a centre of main interest (or "COMI"). The definition of the COMI is left to member states in. The book provides an article-by-article commentary on the recast European Insolvency Regulation, which will enter into force in The commentary is prefaced by an introductory chapter that explains the rationale for the existence of the Regulation, charts the background to its enactment, identifies the key features of the Regulation as originally made and as recast, and makes some.
Council regulation (EC) No / of 29 May on insolvency proceedings. THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Articles 61(c) and 67(1) thereof. Regulation (EU) / of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May on insolvency proceedings (the “Recast Insolvency Regulation”) entered into force on 26 June , applies to insolvency proceedings from 26 June The Recast Insolvency Regulation aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of insolvency proceedings having cross-border effects, .
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This book provides the most detailed article-by-article commentary on the revised EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR), written by a group of experts drawn from several jurisdictions. The commentary is prefaced by an introductory chapter which provides an overview on scope and the key features of the : $ REGULATION (EU) / OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL.
of 20 May on insolvency proceedings (recast) THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 81 thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the European.
After many years of negotiations among Member States, a uniform set of private international law rules has been established to determine the conduct of cross-border insolvency proceedings within the European Community.
This is the European Insolvency Regulation of May Although each state still retains its own insolvency law, the regulation greatly reduces the risk 4/5(1). This book provides the most detailed article-by-article commentary on the revised EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR), written by a group of experts drawn from several jurisdictions.
The commentary is prefaced by an introductory chapter which provides an overview on scope and the key features of the EIR. This new commentary has been published in time to cover the.
In this book a team of experienced insolvency law experts, among them judges, insolvency practitioners and academics, analyse the European Insolvency Regulation article by article.
The authors focus on the new provisions and mechanisms as well as on the existing, and to a great extent still relevant, case law by the European Court of Justice.
This edition describes the framework of the European Insolvency Regulation Recast (adopted in June ), reviews its major rules, highlights the differences from the old EIRand makes references to the most important and recent cases of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
José Carles of Carles Cuesta Abogados in Spain praises a commentary on the European Insolvency Regulation edited by Reinhard Bork and Kristin van Zwieten – hailing the arrival of what will be a key text for practitioners in the coming years as the recast regulations are implemented.
This book provides a detailed article-by-article commentary on the recast EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR), written by a group of experts drawn from several European jurisdictions. The commentary is prefaced by an introductory chapter that explains the rationale for the EIR, charts the background to its enactment, and sketches its Format: Hardcover.
This book comprises contributions relating to the Insolvency Regulation Recast, which recently entered into force, and concentrates on the issues pertaining to jurisdiction, such as the problem of forum shopping by re-locating the debtor’s centre of main interests.
The European Insolvency Regulation (Regulation (EC) No. /) (the “Regulation”) has reduced the risk to banks and financial institutions of enforcement against insolvent companies in EU Member States by enabling cross-border cooperation and increasing certainty in the law applicable on insolvency.
This book is a comprehensive commentary on the EIR in light of recent decisions of the ECJ and decisions of the judicatures of the various Member States of the EU. It contains a commentary on ArticleSections 1 to 11 of the German EGInsO (The Act Introducing the Insolvency Act), as well as country reports on the international insolvency laws of France, Great Britain, and Hungary.
The discussed article originates from the new book ‘European Union Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings: An Introductory Analysis’ (Fourth Edition),written by the authors for the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI). This book describes the framework of the EIR Recast.
On 26 Junethe European Insolvency Regulation Recast (Regulation /) entered into force. An overview of the main rules that apply in European cross-border situations, along with, where applicable, an explanation of the changes in the Recast Regulation compared to the former European Insolvency Regulation, can be found in this timely publication, prepared by NautaDutilh.
This book presents a comprehensive analysis of the regulation of cross-border insolvencies in Europe. Council Regulation / on Insolvency Proceedings forms the natural focal point of such a study.
However, while this book explores in detail the background, legal basis as well as the substance of the Regulation, it also contains an examination of the Regulation from two wider.
This is the European Insolvency Regulation of May Although each state still retains its own insolvency law, the regulation greatly reduces the risk of opportunistic behaviour by providing certainty as to which European courts have jurisdiction to open insolvency proceedings and which state¿s laws apply, in addition to ensuring the cross.
This article compares the Recast European Insolvency Regulation of with the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross‐Border Insolvency offocussed on their scope of application, international jurisdiction and the coordination of main and secondary proceedings. This book comprises contributions relating to the Insolvency Regulation Recast, which recently entered into force.
The authors analyse the changes introduced and give their views on the improvements t Cooperation and Communication Between Parties in the Management of Cross-Border Parallel Proceedings Under the European Insolvency Regulation.
Maritime Cross-Border Insolvency is a comprehensive comparative examination of both insolvency regimes (UNCITRAL and EU) in shipping with reference to the main jurisdictions having adopted the UNCITRAL regime, i.e. USA, UK, Greece.
The rescue of troubled enterprises is at the core of this strategy and the book plots the alignment between this strategy and the evolution of the Insolvency Regulation. The objective is to facilitate a situation where economic and social systems are adaptable, resilient and fair; where economic activity is sustainable; and where human values.
Under the European Insolvency Regulation and the UNCITRAL Model Law. Maritime Cross-Border Insolvency book. Under the European Insolvency Regulation and the UNCITRAL Model Law. By Lia Athanassiou.
Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 November Pub. location London. Imprint Informa Law from Routledge. Regulation (EU) / of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May on insolvency proceedings (recast) (Recast Insolvency Regulation) applies to insolvencies beginning on or after 26 June It replaces and supersedes Council Regulation (EC) / on insolvency proceedings (Insolvency Regulation ).
This book, written by two representatives of Leiden Law School, describes the framework of the European Insolvency Regulation (recast) (‘EIR Recast’), in force since June The book reviews its major rules, highlights the differences from the European Insolvency Regulation ofand makes references to the most important and recent.INTRODUCTION.
The regulations on security rights in rem in France, Italy and Spain converge to a great extent, but also have some divergences. The similarities are due, on the one hand, to the common origin of all three regulations as they all stem from Roman law and its subsequent developments, and on the other hand to the fact that all three systems have transplanted some quasi-security.