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    17/06/2024
    Perú

    Insolvency clawback actions from a Peruvian perspective

    The proposed EU Directive on harmonisation of insolvency law seeks to set minimum standards for exercising avoidance actions in insolvency proceedings in order to safeguard the insolvency estate from unlawful asset transfers before the initiation of insolvency proceedings.In Peru, the insolvency system is administrative rather than judicial. Because the administrative authority has limited powers, preference and avoidance actions must be resolved by the Judiciary. In recent years, the use of these actions has become more frequent.Scope of avoidance actionsUnder the Peruvian Insolvency Law (Law...
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    31/05/2024
    Colombia

    Colombian law provides for avoidance actions to revoke illegitimate acts before and during insolvency proceedings

    'Avoidance action' is an umbrella term for any proceedings that seek to revoke illegitimate acts that diminish the debtor’s assets. These actions aim to protect creditors and maximise the value recovery from the debtor. Colombian law stipulates a variety of avoidance actions before and during insolvency proceedings, notwithstanding criminal liability for the revoked acts.Before insolvency proceedingsArticle 2491 of the Colombian Civil Code provides an avoidance action known as the 'Acción Pauliana', which allows for the rescission of acts executed before the start of insolvency proceedings...
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    10/05/2024

    Avoidance rights in Sweden

    Through the proposed EU Directive on the harmonisation of certain aspects of insolvency law (COM/2022/702), the Commission aims to harmonise member states’ abilities to take avoidance actions for certain types of transactions preceding a bankruptcy. The purpose is to address the deficiencies and differences existing in the insolvency procedures of EU member states. The proposed directive aims at enhancing investor and creditor security regarding cross-border investment activities. The proposal contains minimum standards, thus allowing member states to adopt stricter avoidance rules if such...
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    26/04/2024
    Turquía

    Proposed EU Directive on Harmonisation of Insolvency Law could safeguard Turkish creditors, if adopted

    Insolvency proceedings and avoidance actions play a significant role in safeguarding creditors' interests and maximising the insolvency estate in Türkiye. The European Commission's Proposal for a Directive (COM (2022)702) aims to harmonise contestation rights in insolvency across EU member states. Although Türkiye is not an EU member states, Türkiye has similar avoidance actions regulated under its own insolvency legislation, the Turkish Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law (EBL).OverviewSimilar to the EU’s proposed Directive, the EBL contains provisions for the annulment of transaction...
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    26/04/2024
    Croacia

    Contestation rights in Croatia and the impact of the EU’s insolvency law draft Directive

    Regarding the draft Directive proposed by the European Commission that harmonises facets of insolvency law, it is worth noting that the draft Directive does not prevent EU member states from maintaining or adopting provisions that offer greater protection to creditors than those outlined in the Directive. Since the existing Croatian law framework on contestation rights provides numerous and detailed rules that go beyond the draft Directive, its implementation is not expected to require extensive or substantial modifications.Legal acts intentionally detrimental to creditor (Art. 8)The acts of the...
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    19/04/2024
    United Kingdom

    Digital asset insolvency issues not insoluble for English law

    Digital assets may be new, but existing English insolvency laws and principles can deal with them. So finds the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce (UKJT) in its ‘Legal Statement on Digital Assets and English Insolvency Law’, published this week.Key takeaways include:English insolvency law is entirely capable of application to scenarios concerning digital assets, including the technical and fact-specific issues that may arise. Digital assets are capable of amounting to property for the purposes of English insolvency law. When figuring out which country has jurisdiction, the English...
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