Praxishandbuch für Nachlassinsolvenzverfahren
The practical meaning of probate proceedings for insolvent estates and probate administration is enormous due to the fact that they can lead to the liability limitation of the heir. Despite this fact, the Insolvency Code itself contains merely rudimentary regulations on the carrying out of probate proceedings for insolvent estates. This work particularly considers the typical requirements of an insolvency administrator during probate proceedings for insolvent estates and also examines claims for release and claims for damages against the heir, opposing party, and the probate administrator. A sample legal opinion on probate insolvency proceedings aims to provide the practitioner active as an expert and preliminary insolvency administrator with a quick overview and also to ease the insolvency judge's ability to examine the integrity of an insolvency proceedings' opening opinion.
462 pages; ISBN 9783899496925
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Title: Praxishandbuch für Nachlassinsolvenzverfahren
Author: Jan Roth; Jürgen Pfeuffer
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