Algunas cuestiones procesales problemáticas del concurso de acreedores

The legislature has completely judicialized bankruptcy proceedings, thus eliminating the possibility of solving insolvency problems ¿or at least some of them¿ outside such procedures, and has assigned jurisdiction over such to speciaized judges (the Commercial Judges), whose justification is of ques... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Cordón Moreno, Faustino
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Alcalá 2010
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Laburpena: The legislature has completely judicialized bankruptcy proceedings, thus eliminating the possibility of solving insolvency problems ¿or at least some of them¿ outside such procedures, and has assigned jurisdiction over such to speciaized judges (the Commercial Judges), whose justification is of questionable merit. The paper discusses both issues. First, the setting of jurisdictional boundaries for these judicial bodies and the oversight/control regime for such, highlighting the failures and shortcomings which have brought about, in practice, jurisdictional competence demarcation problems, especially in cases where there is a joinder/consolidation of bankruptcy actions. Also considered are the actual procedure itself and the procedural streamlining rules provided in the Bankruptcy Act, especially those in Chapter VIII. The paper notes that the goal of this law -the most timely, effective and economical resolution- of proceedings has not been achieved in bankruptcy practice