Krasnoglazov Andrey Yurievich
Russia, Kaluga (Institute) branch "Russian State University of Justice”
candidate of jurisprudence science, docent, head of Department of civil law disciplines
Russia, Institute of management, business and technology
Bronzova Lyudmila Ivanovna
candidate of Philology, Associate Professor (docent), associate Professor of English Philology Department
Russia, Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University
On the basis of the analysis of the current legislation the article determines the legal status of bankruptcy creditors and highlights the problems of protecting the rights of bona fide creditors in the event of a debtor's bankruptcy, in particular, when creating artificial debt. It is noted that the legislation does not contain any provisions according to which the satisfaction of claims for civil obligations of creditors related to the debtor would be lowered in the order of satisfaction of creditors ' claims. The authors also highlight the circumstances that may indicate the fictitious conclusion of a transaction between the debtor and an unscrupulous creditor. It is concluded that although modern legislation and existing judicial practice protect the interests of bona fide bankruptcy creditors whose claims are justified in relation to the debtor, this mechanism is rather poorly developed, since the creditor does not have the necessary information about the disputed transaction.
bona fide creditor, debtor, debt, bankruptcy creditors, insolvency (bankruptcy), register of claims.
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