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Self-administration is an institution that has rarely been applied in regelinsplvenz in the past. The appointment of an insolvency administrator will be dispensed with for self-administration. The ESUG aims to strengthen self-administration.
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This should result in the creation of a greater incentive for early petitioning for insolvency. The option for provisional self-administration was also created. Self-administration may be ordered as part of standard insolvency proceedings and insolvency plan procedure, but may not be ordered as part of consumer insolvency proceedings Section Paragraph 2 InsO.
An order for self-administration requires. Legislators have reversed the rule-exception relationship with the ESUG. While the debtor was required to prove that no disadvantages were associated with self-administration prior to the ESUG, this is now assumed in principle.
Petitioners for debtor-in-possession proceedings may only be the debtor himself. The debtor must enter a petition for self-administration.
The new rules under the ESUG also give the debtor the option to maintain the company under self-administration until rdgelinsolvenz are opened. Furthermore, provisional self-administration must be petitioned by the debtor. The petition must be based a refelinsolvenz for insolvency see below. The insolvency petition must be made in writing.
Pursuant to the provisions of the ESUG, the debtor must generally include a schedule of creditors and their claims to their petition.
If the eigenantrah has not yet halted its business operations, it must in particular notify the creditor with the. In practice, this was already in place prior eigenantrwg the ESUG entering into force, especially eigeenantrag large proceedings, but had no legal basis.
The law distinguishes between mandatory, petitioned and optional creditors’ committees Section 22a InsO, Annex G 16 a.
A mandatory creditors’ committee must be appointed if two of the three following criteria are met:. A provisional creditors’ committee shall not be established if the debtor’s business has been discontinued. Once the insolvency petition has been received, the insolvency court reviews the admissibility of the insolvency petition. If the criteria for admissibility are met, the court reviews whether proceedings may be opened.
Proceedings may be opened if there are grounds for insolvency and the costs of the proceedings figenantrag covered. The amendments to the ESUG now gives debtor companies the option to engage in self-administration regellinsolvenz already facing provisional proceedings. This was previously only possible once the proceedings had been opened. The advantage to the company is that no loss of control occurs. The full rights to administration and disposition remain with the company.
The interests of the creditors are protected by the fact that the company has been placed under the supervision of a provisional insolvency monitor. This generally does not develop externally for contractual parties during the provisional proceedings. These duties and responsibilities are limited to an internal monitoring, e. The law designates the following competencies to the insolvency monitor, which may also be transferred accordingly to the provisional insolvency monitor:.
It is disputed whether the debtor company has the right to execute obligations incumbent on the assets for provisional debtor-in-possession proceedings. This question is highly relevant in practice. If the company is entitled to execute obligations incumbent on the assets, deliveries and eigenantfag may continue to be met prior to proceedings being opened and even after the date of opening. Otherwise, these payments must be effected prior to opening the proceedings. This legal question is answered differently by different case law.
A Federal Supreme Court decision is pending. However, the petition was rejected all because of the inadmissibility of the appeal. The Supreme Court has not made any substantive ruling on regelinsplvenz obligations incumbent on the assets may be executed in provisional debtor-in-possession proceedings pursuant to Section a InsO.
The insolvency court opens insolvency proceedings by virtue of an order. Unlike with typical insolvency proceedings, the rights to administration and disposition remain with the company.
Otherwise, the rules of insolvency proceedings are largely applicable to debtor-in-possession proceedings. For example, pending proceedings are suspended by law.
On the date on which insolvency proceedings are opened at the latest, the debtor company shall execute obligations incumbent on the assets. Likewise, the debtor company must compile the schedule of assets, the schedule of creditors and the balance sheet and submit these to their insolvency file.
The schedules and the report to the creditors’ assembly regrlinsolvenz submitted to the insolvency monitor in advance for review eigenajtrag comment. In particular, the insolvency monitor shall address the cooperation and requirements for self-administration. If necessary, the insolvency monitor shall propose a plan for reorganisation. The insolvency regelinaolvenz shall verify such records and survey and give a written statement for each as to whether the result of his verification gives rise to objections.
For debtor-in-possession proceedings, verification of the insolvency claims is a matter for the insolvency monitor.
If you are a creditor and have registered a claim before the deadline and have not heard anything from the administrator, the claim has been included in the insolvency schedule, Section Paragraph 3 Sentence 3 InsO. The rule is quite simple: Nevertheless, we make the insolvency schedule available to creditors in the protected area of our website.
This schedule is generally updated in line with the semi-annual reporting requirement. During the settlement phase, the debtor implements the decisions of the creditors’ meeting, turns to account the available assets and revises the insolvency table. Depending on the size of the proceedings and the specific circumstances involved, this phase may take anywhere from six months to several years.
The duration of this process depends in particular on whether immovable assets are involved, accounts receivable must be recovered in the dispute, special assets and challenges against insolvency must be pursued through the courts by the insolvency monitorseveral years of taxes need to be processed or creditors bring actions against the challenge to the claims lodged. The debtor is required to submit an interim report on the further developments in the insolvency case at regular six-month intervals.
We provide these reports as a special service for creditors in the protected area of our website for download. The insolvency administrator reports the occurrence of asset insufficiency to the court. The occurrence of asset insufficiency is published online.
Creditors of the assets also receive notification of such. Once the lack of assets has been reported, the following distribution sequence must be followed for the obligations incumbent on the assets:.
Self-administration that has already been ordered may be terminated pursuant to the ESUG rules if.
For debtor-in-possession proceedings, the legal personality or supervisory organs have no influence Section a InsO. The supervisory board and shareholders’ meeting are no longer involved in executive financial decisions. This allows the continuation of the business and the reorganisation to be separated from any corporate obligations. However, the right to dismiss and appoint new members of the executive board remains with the shareholders.
However, the consent of the administrator’s is required for this to enter into effectiveness. Once all assets are turned to account and all registered insolvency claims have finally been verified, the debtor submits to the insolvency court a final record and final account.
If the insolvency court has no more questions, the insolvency court schedules a final meeting. For smaller insolvency proceedings, this may be by written procedure. During the final meeting, the debtor once again reports on the final insolvency proceedings. The insolvency monitor shall comment on this. After the final meeting, the insolvency court authorises final distribution in accordance with the distribution schedule submitted unless any objections are raised against this.
The statutory distribution sequence is as follows:. Lower-ranking insolvency claims must be satisfied in the following order, and according to the proportion of their amounts if ranking with equal status:. Once final distribution has been carried out, the insolvency court decides on the termination of the insolvency proceedings. KG is involved, the insolvency proceedings will be terminated. Only for insolvency proceedings concerning the assets of individuals will this be followed by the period of good conduct.
These proceedings are modelled on the American Chapter 11 proceedings. The aim of insolvency protection proceedings is to further strengthen debtor-in-possession proceedings, thereby providing additional incentives for early reorganisation.
In the presence of imminent insolvency or overindebtedness alone, insolvency protection proceedings offer the debtor the chance to develop a restructuring plan whilst enjoying the protection of special debtor-in-possession proceedings. This plan would then be implemented as the insolvency plan once insolvency proceedings have been opened.
The debtor would then be prompted to file for insolvency as early as possible. As part of these insolvency protection proceedings, the debtor does not lose control of their company.
The debtor is only placed under the supervision of the insolvency court and an insolvency monitor, and is regelijsolvenz beyond the reach of creditors during a moratorium. Insolvency protection proceedings are judicial reorganisation proceedings. Pursuant to Section b Paragraph 1 InsO, the initiation of insolvency protection proceedings requires.
When petitioning for insolvency, the debtor must enclose certification of a professional with experience in insolvency matters or a person with comparable qualifications.
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The debtor is responsible for providing a statement regarding imminent insolvency or overindebtedness and that the intended restructuring does not manifestly lack the prospect of success. For this purpose, the debtor shall enclose certification, with grounds, provided by a tax advisor, accountant or lawyer experienced in insolvency matters or a person with comparable qualifications.
This certification essentially eigenntrag the significant difference from the simple petition for regelnisolvenz. Further requirements as to the form and content of this certification is not provided by the law. The only thing that is clear is that no comprehensive and regelibsolvenz cost-intensive restructuring report is required since insolvency protection proceedings should also be accessible to small and medium-sized enterprises. Furthermore, the content of this certification must be extensive enough to allow the court of verify its plausibility.
Because insolvency protection proceedings are only possible for imminent insolvency, there is often no obligation to submit a petition for insolvency, simply a right to petition for eigenanrrag.
Third-party managers in particular should therefore obtain a shareholder resolution prior to filing a petition for insolvency protection proceedings.