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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tatiana Tupitsina
Challenging the debtor’s transactions in bankruptcy proceedings
Kseniia Kondrateva
2019
Final qualifying work is devoted to the study of the legal institution challenging the debtor's transactions in the bankruptcy proceedings. The relevance of the final qualifying work is justified by the fact that currently a large number of transactions are made before initiating a bankruptcy case, and in the insolvency procedure (bankruptcy).

In this paper, we analyzed the grounds and conditions for challenging the debtor’s transactions in insolvency (bankruptcy), analyzed the possibility of challenging the debtor’s transactions on general and special grounds. As a result of the analysis of special grounds for challenging the debtor’s transactions: problems were identified in determining an equivalent reciprocal execution, and it was also established what transactions can be recognized as committed in the ordinary course of business.

Keywords: insolvency, bankruptcy, out-of-competition challenging, suspicious transactions, transactions made with preference, ordinary business activities.

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