Vertragsumsteuerung wegen antizipierten Vertragsbruchs im Vorfeld der Insolvenz 978-3-16-159330-7 - Mohr Siebeck
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Bernd Galneder

Vertragsumsteuerung wegen antizipierten Vertragsbruchs im Vorfeld der Insolvenz

Eine rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung des § 323 IV BGB und Art. 72 CISG unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der §§ 103 ff. InsO

[Re-Scheduling Contracts in Cases of Anticipated Breach and Insolvency. A Comparative Study of the German Civil Code's Section 323 IV and Section 72 of the Convention on the International Sale of Goods.]

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The so-called anticipatory breach doctrine enshrined in Section 323 IV of Germany's BGB and Section 72 of the CISG raises the question whether a predicted insolvency provides a right of termination of contract. At first sight, such a right would not be in compliance with the current treatment of contracts that are not fully performed under German insolvency law. However, Bernd Galneder's study reveals a new approach to contracts that are subject to insolvency proceedings, and thereby paves the way to allow a termination of contract based on anticipatory breach.
The so-called anticipatory breach doctrine enshrined in Section 323 IV of Germany's BGB and Section 72 of the CISG raises the question whether a predicted insolvency provides a right of termination of contract. At first sight, such a right would not be in compliance with the current treatment of contracts that are not fully performed under German insolvency law. However, Bernd Galneder's study reveals a new approach to contracts that are subject to insolvency proceedings, and thereby paves the way to allow a termination of contract based on anticipatory breach.
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Bernd Galneder Geboren 1989; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften mit wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Zusatzausbildung in Bayreuth; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universität Bayreuth; LL.M.-Studium an der La Trobe University in Melbourne (Australien); 2019 Promotion (Bayreuth); seit 2019 Rechtsreferendar am OLG München.

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