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Title:OMEJITVE POSLOVANJA PODJETJA V POSTOPKU PRISILNE PORAVNAVE S PRIMERJAVO SLOVENIJA - HRVAŠKA
Authors:Remic, Darja (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Postopek prisilne poravnave nastopi, ko dolžnik postane plačilno nesposoben ali prezadolžen in mu le tega ne uspe rešiti na druge razpoložljive načine. Potek postopka ima svoje dobre in slabe plati. Z izvedbo finančnega prestrukturiranja, dolžnik želi izboljšati svoje finančno stanje in nadaljevati s poslovanjem. O uvedbi postopka odločajo upniki z vsaj 60% glasovalnih pravic, ki je ponderirana glede na razrede njihovih terjatev. Glasovalnih pravic nimajo upniki z izločitvenimi in ločitvenimi pravicami ter upniki s prednostnimi terjatvami. Če ne pride do sprejetja predlagane prisilne poravnave, se takoj začne stečajni postopek. Poplačilo upnikov pri postopku prisilne poravnave se vrednostno in časovno izvede, kot je zastavljeno v načrtu o finančnem prestrukturiranju. Po uvedbi postopka prisilne poravnave je dolžnikovo poslovanje omejeno, opravljati sme samo redne posle v zvezi z opravljanjem dejavnosti in poravnavati obveznosti iz teh poslov. Veljavna ureditev ima v praksi precej pomanjkljivosti in omejitev. Postopek je prezapleten, predrag in zaradi grožnje stečaja preveč tvegan. V veliko primerih je žal postopek prisilne poravnave le kratkoročno reševanje likvidnosti. Po potrditvi prisilne poravnave izpolnjevanje dolžnikovih obveznosti več nihče ne spremlja in zgodi se, da se dolžnikovo stanje slabša, čemur sledi stečaj.
Keywords:postopek prisilne poravnave, insolventnost, dolžnik, družba, upnik/upniki, terjatve, plačilna nesposobnost, prezadolženost, glasovalna pravica, načrt finančnega prestrukturiranja, poplačilo/poravnava, zakonodaja, stečajni postopek
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[D. Remic]
Source:Maribor
UDC:347.7
COBISS_ID:12439068 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:AX44MP0T
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Language:English
Title:Restrictions on the operations of the company in receivership process by comparing the Slovenia - Croatia
Abstract:The procedure of compulsory settlement occurs when the debtor becomes insolvent or over-indebted and is incapable of solving the situation in any other way. The procedure has its upsides and downsides. With the implementation of the financial restructuring, the debtor seeks to improve financial situation and resume all previous operations. The initiation of the procedure is decided by creditors with at least 60% of the voting rights, except for creditors with exclusion rights, preferential rights and creditors with priority claims. If the compulsory settlement is not accepted, the procedure of bankruptcy is initiated immediately. Payment of creditors in the procedure is carried out in a predetermined time and value order as stated in the compulsory settlement plan. Following the introduction of compulsory settlement, the debtor's business is limited only to regular activities and the repayment of liabilities according to the settlement plan. In practical terms the arrangement of compulsory settlement has a number of shortcomings and limitations. The procedure is too complicated, too expensive and because of the constant threat of bankruptcy is too risky. In most cases, the compulsory settlement results only in short-term liquidity. After the initiation of the procedure, there is no supervision over fulfillment of obligations, and often the debtor's situation worsens, which results in bankruptcy.
Keywords:compulsory settlement procedure, the insolvency, a debtor, the company, the creditor/ the creditors, the creditors, receivable, over indebtedness, the voting rights, the financial restructuring plan, the repayment, a settlement, legislation, bankruptcy procedure


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