Degree course: 
Corso di Second cycle degree in ECONOMICS, FINANCE AND BUSINESS LAW
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Course type: 
Supplementary compulsory subjects
First Semester
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Lesson (40 hours)

Knowledge of Private Law and Commercial Law

Final Examination: 
Voto Finale

The teaching aims learning of the legislation on the so-called business crisis, with specific reference to bankruptcy proceedings and appeals for the restructuring of debts alternative to bankruptcy; during class will talk about practical cases and will study the solutions that the law provides. Students are expected to know of the bankruptcy law and the ability to operate the connections between the various institutions under the law, in order to set the resolution of practical cases

The course covers the description of the insolvency legislation in light of the changes made by L 132/2015. Topics include:
- Conditions subject and objective of the bankruptcy proceedings
- The pre-bankruptcy procedure, filing for bankruptcy, the appeals
- The procedure of organs
- The dispossession and to tenders of the procedure
- The verification of claims and appeals; the graduation of credits
- The bankruptcy revocation
- The pending contracts
- Provisional operation, the rental company and the liquidation plan
- Notes on the distribution key, and on the closure of bankruptcy
- The bankruptcy agreement
- The arrangement in the light of the latest reforms; the agreed reservation, agreed in continuity
- The debt restructuring agreements

To date, few of the insolvency law reform texts updated to summer 2015; Aldo Viale , Manuale di Diritto Fallimentare , and XXIII Simone Naples, 2016 ; Alessandro Nigro, Daniele Vattermoli, Bologna, Diritto della Crisi delle Imprese Il Mulino, 2014 but with updated appendix containing the 2015 reform. E 'preferable preparation on the second text.
And 'essential to the possession of an updated bankruptcy law, which you can find at the bottom of any Civil Code published in 2016.

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