The Impact of a Declaration of Consumer Bankruptcy on Pending Court Proceedings – Legal Status After the Amendment

The author discusses the impact of bankruptcy proceedings on pending court proceedings, pointing out that despite the fact that many legal changes have been undertaken in this regard, there is still no regulation that would not create problems in practice. He considers the new, i.e. 2020 model of consumer bankruptcy that affects the pending proceedings. He worries on a “duplication” of enforcement titles, i.e. a court ruling in the form of a judgment, or an extract from the list of claims in bankruptcy approved by the judge – commissioner. In his opinion the legislator does not support the courts with an effective tool, which should be an electronic bankruptcy register, and would provide courts with access to quick information on whether bankruptcy proceedings are pending in order to guarantee the smooth course of court proceedings.

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