Law

Verena Lorenz

Annexverfahren bei Internationalen Insolvenzen

Internationale Zuständigkeitsregelung der Europäischen Insolvenzverordnung

[Secondary Proceedings in International Insolvency. International Jurisdiction in the European Insolvency Regulation.]

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Verena Lorenz begins by explaining important basic principles of the European Insolvency Regulation and then deals with international jurisdiction for that litigation which can become necessary in the course of insolvency proceedings. Contrary to the predominant tendency in all the relevant German-speaking literature, the author maintains that the European Insolvency Regulation does in fact regulate secondary proceedings.
Verena Lorenz begins by explaining importantbasic principles of the European Insolvency Regulation and then deals with international jurisdiction for that litigation which can become necessary in the course of insolvency proceedings. These so-called secondary proceedings include for example insolvency avoidance action or civil liability actions against liquidators. It is not certain whether or not the European Insolvency Regulation contains a provision on international jurisdiction for these secondary proceedings. Contrary to the predominant tendency in all the relevant German-speaking literature, the author maintains that the European Insolvency Regulation does in fact regulate secondary proceedings. In her view, the state in which bankruptcy proceedings have been instituted has exclusive jurisdiction not only over the main insolvency proceedings but also over secondary proceedings.
Authors/Editors

Verena Lorenz Geboren 1974; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Innsbruck; 3 Jahre Assistentin am Institut für Zivilrecht, Universität Innsbruck; 2004 Promotion; Lehrbeauftragte für das Fach Bürgerliches Recht an der Universität Innsbruck und Notariatskandidatin.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: KTS – Zeitschr. f. Insolvenzrecht — Jg.67 (2006), H.1, S.90f (Alexander Bruns)