Bankruptcy of individuals: Certain problems of legal regulation of the procedure

16 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , Property rights protection , RJRC
The Bankruptcy Code is in place for more than one year, however, the individual insolvency instrument is not even close to being as popular as it was expected. Why did that happen and why would individual debtors, instead of restarting their financial life from scratch, continue looking for means to evade repayment of debts?

Bankruptcy of individuals: Certain problems of legal regulation of the procedure

16 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , Property rights protection , RJRC
The Bankruptcy Code is in place for more than one year, however, the individual insolvency instrument is not even close to being as popular as it was expected. Why did that happen and why would individual debtors, instead of restarting their financial life from scratch, continue looking for means to evade repayment of debts?

Online trials and Alternative Dispute Resolution: What the society will get after the ‘new’ judicial reform?

12 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
nline participation in court hearings. Implementation of a system similar to ‘Diia’ to obtain legal documents. Effective and efficient execution of judgments. All this will become real after the full-fledge implementation of the judicial reform. And this is exactly what the EU Project Pravo-Justice is helping Ukraine with.

Online trials and Alternative Dispute Resolution: What the society will get after the ‘new’ judicial reform?

12 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
nline participation in court hearings. Implementation of a system similar to ‘Diia’ to obtain legal documents. Effective and efficient execution of judgments. All this will become real after the full-fledge implementation of the judicial reform. And this is exactly what the EU Project Pravo-Justice is helping Ukraine with.

RJRC members discussed bringing private enforcement officers to disciplinary responsibility

12 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On April 9, with the support of EU Project "Pravo-Justice" and with the participation of representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRC), an online discussion of the procedure for bringing private enforcement officers to disciplinary responsibility took place.

RJRC members discussed bringing private enforcement officers to disciplinary responsibility

12 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On April 9, with the support of EU Project "Pravo-Justice" and with the participation of representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRC), an online discussion of the procedure for bringing private enforcement officers to disciplinary responsibility took place.

RJRCs took part in the discussion of the draft law on administrative procedure

9 April 2021 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On April 8, 2021, the expert discussion was held on the draft Law ‘On Administrative Procedure’, which is awaiting the second reading and is expected to become a new chapter in the relations between public administration and individuals/businesses. International and Ukrainian experts, including representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRCs), discussed the benefits of a single administrative procedure, as well as the experience of its application in EU countries. The event was initiated by the EU Project Pravo-Justice together with the EU4PAR Project.

RJRCs took part in the discussion of the draft law on administrative procedure

9 April 2021 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On April 8, 2021, the expert discussion was held on the draft Law ‘On Administrative Procedure’, which is awaiting the second reading and is expected to become a new chapter in the relations between public administration and individuals/businesses. International and Ukrainian experts, including representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRCs), discussed the benefits of a single administrative procedure, as well as the experience of its application in EU countries. The event was initiated by the EU Project Pravo-Justice together with the EU4PAR Project.

How will the law on transitional justice solve the problems of residents of the occupied territories?

5 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
Every day, residents of the uncontrolled part of Donbas face a large number of challenges. Non-recognition of "documents" issued at the place of residence. In addition, the future of the people along the line of demarcation is unclear: who is amnestied and who will be punished after deoccupation? Who will compensate for the damage caused by the conflict? All this should be resolved by the law on transitional justice. What should be considered before its adoption, tell the coordinator of the Donbas Regional Council for Justice Reform Olena Fonova and national expert of the EU Project Pravo-Justice Alyona Lunova.

How will the law on transitional justice solve the problems of residents of the occupied territories?

5 April 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
Every day, residents of the uncontrolled part of Donbas face a large number of challenges. Non-recognition of "documents" issued at the place of residence. In addition, the future of the people along the line of demarcation is unclear: who is amnestied and who will be punished after deoccupation? Who will compensate for the damage caused by the conflict? All this should be resolved by the law on transitional justice. What should be considered before its adoption, tell the coordinator of the Donbas Regional Council for Justice Reform Olena Fonova and national expert of the EU Project Pravo-Justice Alyona Lunova.

RJRCs discussed some topical issues of individual insolvency in Ukraine

22 March 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On March 22, 2021, the representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRCs), the Verkhovna Rada, and the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine took part in the discussion on ‘Individual insolvency: Current Problems of Application and Possible Solutions’. The purpose of the event was to outline the existing problems and exchange best practices in the field of individual insolvency among judges, bankruptcy trustees, and lawyers from various regions.

RJRCs discussed some topical issues of individual insolvency in Ukraine

22 March 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On March 22, 2021, the representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRCs), the Verkhovna Rada, and the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine took part in the discussion on ‘Individual insolvency: Current Problems of Application and Possible Solutions’. The purpose of the event was to outline the existing problems and exchange best practices in the field of individual insolvency among judges, bankruptcy trustees, and lawyers from various regions.