enforcement of claims

Reservation of title to sold goods

Reservation in the sales contract of ownership of the goods until full payment of the purchase price by the buyer increases the security of a supplier of raw materials and semi-finished products to a customer threatened with insolvency.

The position of the security agent in in-court restructuring proceedings

What banks should pay attention to when granting consortium financing or considering restructuring of consortium debt.

Pre-packaged insolvency: A new debt recovery tool for financial institutions in Poland?

The pre-packaged insolvency (“pre-pack”) may become an effective debt recovery tool for financial institutions who are secured creditors, when the debtor is insolvent and the lender seeks to quickly cash out its collateral at the best price. This can also apply when in-court restructuring proceedings for the debtor are commenced but then discontinued.

The owner does not always have to pay the holder for improvements to property

An interesting ruling was issued in a case we were handling. After the independent possessor of real estate turned the property over to the owner, it demanded payment for the expenditures it had made on the property, including construction of a building on the site. But does construction always raise the value of the property?

The European account preservation order

Creditors can now attach debtors’ bank accounts under uniform rules across all EU member states.

Public authorities’ liability for damages

The topic of liability for damages on the part of public authorities is not widely known. Many people are not aware of the extensive rights at their disposal connected with actions by bodies of public authority. Consequently, injured parties often fail to pursue redress of losses suffered in connection with public administration.