Rs 281.32 Order Of July 13, 1911, On The Administration Of The Bankruptcy Offices (Oaof)

Original Language Title: RS 281.32 Ordonnance du 13 juillet 1911 sur l’administration des offices de faillite (OAOF)

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281.32 order on the administration of the offices of bankruptcy (OAOF) of July 13, 1911 (State on January 1, 1997) the Swiss federal court, see article 15 of the Federal law on debt collection and bankruptcy (LP), orders: A. minutes, acts and accounting provisions general art. 11 tables and compulsory registers 1. Tables and compulsory registers bankruptcy offices must keep up-to-date charts and registers below: 1. A table of bankruptcies and the letters rogatory sent by other offices of bankruptcy; 2. A cash book; 3. A great book; 4. A book of balance of audit.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 2-2. Mandatory Forms 2. Mandatory forms bankruptcy offices are required to use uniform forms for the drafting of acts and parts designated below: 1. minutes of the bankruptcy; 2. Inventory; 3. List of productions; 4. Call a meeting of creditors; 5. Collocation condition; 6. Assignment of rights, according to article 260 LP; 7. Notice of auction, according to article 257 sq; 8. Into account the cost and distribution of funds table; 9. Notice of filing of the table of distribution to creditors and the bankrupt; 10. Act of default of goods; 11. List of disbursements and emoluments; 12. ... 13 posts about the opening of the bankruptcy, the filing statement of collocation, to revocation, suspension and the closing of the bankruptcy.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
Repealed by no I of the A of the TF on Dec. 16. 1988 (1989 262 RO).

Art. 3-3. Models 3. Models records, tables and forms listed in sections 1 and 2 above should be drafted in accordance with the models contained in the supplement attached to this order.
The cantons also have the ability to allow or prescribe other forms (auction reports, opinion, etc.).

Not published in the RO.

Art. 44 paintings of bankruptcy 4. Tables of bankruptcy bankruptcy office must register and number according to the order of their arrival bankruptcy to liquidate and the letters rogatory in the table of bankruptcy. The numbering must be started again at the beginning of each year. Bankruptcy not fully liquidated at the end of the year should be mentioned briefly at the beginning of the list of the following year.
Table of bankruptcy is provided with an alphabetical index the names of bankrupts.

In the Italian text, this article is placed in a paragraph.

Art. 5-5. Communications, receipts and publications 5. Communications, receipts and publications the Agency must pay to file a copy of all communications.
Shipments of cash or values, as well as the letters must be shipped against postal receipt, or on a book of postal receipts.
When communications of the office are made by an official publication, a copy of the newspaper, or a cut of it bearing the date of the publication will be annexed to the acts of bankruptcy.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 6-6. Acts and proceedings of the substitute 6. Acts and proceedings of the substitute when the bankruptcy officer is unable to operate, he must refer the case without delay to its substitute. If the latter can no longer work and that there is reason to designate a special substitute, the attendant prompt the cantonal authority to proceed with this designation.
Bankruptcy liquidated by the substitute nevertheless registered on the bankruptcy of the office table. Mention is made in the column of the comments of the administration by the substitute or a great substitute, and the reasons for this replacement.
The substitute must mention its quality on all the acts he signed. After the bankruptcy, he entrusts the acts and the minutes to the competent office.

Art. 7-7. Delivery of the office to the new officer 7. Delivery of the office to the new change of officer in charge, shall be an official handover of the office, under the direction of an officer specially designated by the cantonal supervisory authority. All registers will be arrested and countersigned by the outgoing officer in charge. It will be then proceeded to the audit of the accounts of the office; the existing balance in the Fund must agree with the total of accounts with various bankruptcy, after deduction of the amounts deposited to the Fund of consignments. Mention is made in the records of the date on which the official past ceased its activity and the date on which his successor took office.
It is a record made of the official handover of the office; the minutes shall be signed by all who attended.

II. keeping the minutes art. 8proces-verbal bankruptcy / a. General minutes of the bankruptcy background the officer maintains constantly a separate ticket for each bankruptcy, even for those with the suspension for lack of assets; He will do the same for all the letters rogatory will be addressed by other offices.
The record is made at the beginning of the bankruptcy or upon receipt of the letter of request. The attendant is registered immediately and by date all operations in bankruptcy, as well as the events likely to react on the liquidation.

In German and Italian texts, this article is placed in a paragraph.

Art. 9 minutes of bankruptcy / b. registrations b. registration the record indicates only the essential parts of the operations and events related to the bankruptcy, and that to the extent necessary to understand the record and give it strength probative. The communications of the office are mentioned if they have legal effect. Decisions, orders or judgments rendered by the courts are mentioned by the indication of the device only. In addition, the number of the Act to which the reference relates must be indicated in the column are relative.

Art. 10 minutes of bankruptcy / c. annexes and conservation of minutes c. form form, annexes and conservation of the minutes the minutes is written on loose sheets that will be paged and connected by means of a cover bearing the name of the bankruptcy. It is fenced by the signature of the officer and the affixing of the seal of the Agency.
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Are attached to the minutes to form integral parts: inventory, the list of productions, account fees, the minutes of the meetings of creditors and the Supervisory Committee, reports from the administration of the bankruptcy and judicial decisions pronouncing the fence or the revocation of bankruptcy.
Parts related to a letter rogatory is sent by the office required the applicant Agency.

Repealed by no I of O of the June 5, 1996 (RO 1996 2884) TF.
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
Formerly al. 3 art. 11proces minutes of the bankruptcy / d. Production d. Production main acts of bankruptcy, i.e. minutes and parts are annexed to part to content of article 10 above, cannot be given to third parties or courts if it can there be replaced by certified copies, or by the personal hearing of the bankruptcy administrator.

Formerly art. 12. new content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

III. electronic processing of data art. 12admissibilite eligibility with the consent of the cantonal supervisory authority, an agency may hold the tables and records referred to in article 1 and establish the acts and parts covered by article 2 and communications under article 5 using an electronic data processing.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

IV. Keeping and conservation acts of bankruptcy art. 13-1. Classification and numbering of parts 1. Classification and numbering of parts all parts received by the bankruptcy office will immediately have the date of their arrival.
Subject to what is prescribed in articles 21 and 24, 2 paragraph, regarding the receipts and disbursements, any bankruptcy proceedings should be classified by material (inventory, claims, elusive objects, collocation), stored - in each subject - alphabetical or chronological order and together in a workbook with the name of the bankruptcy.
The ancillary parts produced by the creditors of the bankruptcy will be the number of the production to which they relate; they are classified with the letters of the alphabet.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
In the Italian text, the first two paragraphs make up one paragraph.
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 142 conservation / has. Acts 2. Conservation has. Acts

Closed bankruptcy parts can be destroyed 10 years after the closing date; can also be destroyed, ten years after their closing, the cash with their annexes books, ledgers and balance of checking books.
The table of bankruptcy must be kept for 40 years from the closing of these.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 15-2. Conservation / b. Of the books and papers of business of the bankrupt b. Of the books and papers of business of the bankrupt the bankruptcy office must observe the following rules about the conservation of books of account and business of the bankrupt papers: 1. If the business of the bankrupt was handed in bulk to a third party, it may require delivery by the office.2. If it is has not been called block and thus the books of accounting and business papers could only be released to a third party, there is necessary to proceed as follows: a. in the case of the bankruptcy of an individual reason, accounting books and business papers are delivered to the bankrupt after the closing of the bankruptcy; the bankrupt now assumes the obligation to keep them for 10 years, to content of article 962 of the code of the obligations.b. If it comes to the failure of a general partnership or limited partnership, they are delivered to the unlimited liability partner chosen by his co-partners for the filing. If they cannot reach agreement on this choice, business papers and books remain filed in the office until a judicial decision has assigned them to one of them, or until the expiry of the period of ten years from the date of the last inscription.c. If it's the bankruptcy of a corporation or a cooperative society, accounting books and the business papers remain filed at the Agency after the closing of the bankruptcy, as long as the agent in the register of the competent trade to content of article 747 of the code of obligations has not designated another safe place where they will have to be filed until the expiry of the period of ten years.

3. the office of bankruptcy has the obligation to ensure the custody of the books and papers of business which the bankrupt cannot be charger.4. The cantonal supervisory authorities have the obligation to ensure that bankruptcy offices, which are not able to retain in them the books of accounting and business papers in their custody under the rules above, can give them to a central repository.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
RS 220 new content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 15a 3. record on media images or data 3. Record on media images or data with the agreement of the cantonal supervisory authority, the parts that should be kept can be recorded on media images or data; the originals can then be destroyed.
The cantonal supervisory authority ensures that the requirements of the order of 2 June 1976 concerning the registration of the documents to be kept are respected.

Introduced by chapter I of the A of the TF on May 18, 1979, in force since July 1, 1979 (RO 1979 813).
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
RS 221.431 V.Tenue of the books, cash and accounts art. 16-1. Cash book 1. Cash book the bankruptcy office shall register without delay and by date on the cash book all receipts and all payments made by the Agency on behalf of a bankruptcy liquidation, and in particular the costs of bankruptcy (advances and balance), the cash found during inventory, receivables, rents and rent receipts the product of public auction, the levies of the office on account of bankruptcy fees, deposits or withdrawals to the Fund of the consignments and the distribution of dividends.
Each entry should include: the date of payment, indication of bankruptcy, the name and the domicile of one who pays or receives the amount of the sum collected or paid (first to the must and the second to have), finally the corresponding to the General ledger account number.
The cash book should be stopped every month and the balance carried forward again.

Art. 17-2. Big book / has. In general 2. Ledger has. In general it is open on the great book of the Agency a special account to each bankruptcy. The attendant inscribed by date all Fund operations related to the bankruptcy, as they have been passed to the cash book; This account will be stopped at the end of the liquidation.
These entries must include: the date of the payment, the name and domicile of the person who made or received payment, the summary indication of the cause of payment, the reference to the corresponding to the cash book folio, finally the amount of the sum collected or paid (the first to have, the second to the right). If several positions are United in one entry of the Fund, they must be transcribed in detail.

Art. 18-2. Big book / b. account deposits (b) deposit account the Agency must also consider a special account of its operations with the Fund of consignments; He must write, mentioning the name of the bankruptcy applies, all deposits (the must) and all withdrawals (to have), as well as the bonus interest.
Payments to the Fund of consignments are operated on behalf of the mass for which they are made, and not on behalf of the office; the Fund of consignments is thus liable to open a special account in each bankruptcy.

Art. 19-3. Book of balance of audit 3. Book balance of audit at the end of each month, the officer is required to proceed with verification of its accounts (art. 16, 3 al.). The totals of the must and equity as well as the balances of each account are brought to the book balance of audit. The Officer affixes his signature at the foot of the balance. The trial balance must establish the concordance between the Scriptures brought the cash book and ledger, as well as the reconciliation of cash and balances to the deposit account with the cash book and ledger entries.
This concordance between the postings made to the Fund and to the General Ledger will be considered as existing when the addition of all balances of accounts opened for bankruptcies on the ledger, reduced the balance of the deposit account, will match the balance in cash. If it finds an error in accounting, he must find it and fix it before you carry the balance again.

Art. 20 4. Entries and corrections 4. Entries and corrections applications brought to the caisse, the ledger book and the book of scales will be made with care, avoiding the erasures, overloads, registrations between the lines and whites. Correction of erroneous entries takes place by means of additional Scriptures or reversed.

Art. 215 receipts 5. Receipts receipts (see art. 16) can be ordered separately in every bankruptcy, by date, in a special folder named bankruptcy and annex on the record after closing of the bankruptcy.
They can also, without be classified separately in every bankruptcy, be numbered in order of date, in the order followed in the office cash book; This numbering is repeated every year and receipts together in bundles formed by year.
In the first system order entered on each receipt number is reported to the General Ledger, the second system is postponed to the cash book.

In German and Italian texts, this article is placed in a paragraph.

Art. 22 6. Deposits 6. Deposits the office has an obligation to deposit to the caisse of consignments, to no later than the fourth day after receipt, all important receipts, as well as securities and objects of price (art. 9 and 24 LP). It can, however, keep a sufficient sum to deal with future spending. The deposit of cash must take place, even if it did not produce interest.
In case of a rogatory commission, required UNRWA is required to submit without delay to the office requesting cash cash, securities and valuables inventory price.

Art. 23 7. Requirement to maintain a Fund and a separate accounting 7. Requirement to maintain a Fund and an accounting separate attendants are prohibited: a. to mix their having staff with that of the Agency, which as well as regards the Fund itself for deposits to the caisse of consignments; b. To register, where they fill out still other official duties, in the cash book or ledger entries which are related not to the bankruptcy office, unless these different writings are made in special columns; c. To use even temporarily, for the purposes of a bankrupt, funds from another mass. If the officer is called to do personally advances on behalf of a bankrupt, he shall immediately make entry to the cash book.


Art. 24 8. Account fees and disbursements 8. Account fees and disbursements the agency draws up from the beginning of operations, for each commission, where detailed account enrolled the fees and disbursements of the office and those of the members of the Supervisory Board.
Accounting documents relating to disbursements (fresh mass) are numbered in order of date, United in a WAD and kept with the other acts of bankruptcy, after closing of the liquidation.

Art. a 24, 9. another organization mode 9. Another way of organizing the cantonal supervisory authority may authorize another mode of organization in bookkeeping, cash and accounting, insofar as it meets the above requirements.

Introduced by chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

B. Procedure to be followed at different stages of bankruptcy I. the mass training and determination of the proceedings (art. 221 to 230 LP) art. 25 1. Inventory / a. General rules 1. Inventory a. General rules the inventory must contain, in separate chapters, but according to a constant numbering: buildings, movable objects, securities, receivables and various claims and cash. The total of the estimation of each of these categories is calculated at the end of the inventory. If there is no property to be entered in either of these categories, there is mention in the final summary.
The inventory can also be drawn up listing the goods subsequently to each other without separate categories.
The inventory must indicate the place where about each object (district of bankruptcy, common premises).

Art. 26-1. Inventory / b. buildings b. building the inventory of buildings, with reference to the rights of third parties, is developed on the basis of an extract from the land register. It is open to replace the inventory detailed by reference to this extract.
If the buildings were given to lease or to farm, indications concerning the identity of the tenant or of the farmer, the duration of the contract, the amount of the rent or rent and the due date should appear on the inventory or a special piece.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 27 1. Inventory / c. goods abroad. Action recall c. goods abroad. Revocation action existing property abroad will be brought to the inventory, without taking into account the possibility of making them realize for the benefit of the bankruptcy opened in Switzerland.
The rights existing in favor of the mass to content of articles 214 and 285 and next LP will be brought inventory and estimated to approximate value they will reach if the courts admit their merits.

Art. 28 1. Inventory / d. gage with the owner mortgage securities d. gage with the owner mortgage securities securities pledge recognizing a receivable secured by buildings bankrupt and was found in the custody of the latter will be not be counted under the belt, but there will be included only for memory and will be handed over to the custody of the office (see art. 75 below).

Art. 29 1. Inventory / e. recognition by the bankrupt and signatures and signatures e. recognition by the bankrupt inventory is dated; It indicates the duration of the operations of inventory and the name of all who have contributed.
The attendant and experts that he is Deputy to applicable must sign the inventory.
Finally, and after specifically his attention on the consequences of incomplete information on his situation of fortune, the attendant prompt the bankrupt to declare if he recognizes the standing inventory as accurate and complete.
This statement must be given, verbalized and signed as a result of each of the categories of inventory.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 301 inventory / f. recognition for the bankrupt f. recognition for the bankrupt, if the bankrupt is deceased or if he is on the run, adults of the household are required to do in its place the planned statements in article 29, 3 and 4 paragraphs. These statements are made in case of bankruptcy of a general partnership or limited partnership, by each general partners present and which were allowed to run the company; If it is a corporation or a cooperative society, they are made by the bodies of these companies.
If these statements could not be obtained, inventory will indicate in the reasons.

In the Italian text, this article is placed in a paragraph.

Art. 31-1. Inventory / g. strict necessities. Communication to the bankrupt g. strict necessities. Communication to the bankrupt indication of things in strict necessity that the administration intends to leave the bankrupt and an indication of the existence of family asylum (art. 349 and s. CC came at the end of the inventory, this list will show the numbers assigned to these objects in the inventory.
Communication of this decision is made to the bankrupt at the time of recognition of the inventory or by special written communication.
If the bankrupt renounce its rights in all or part of the property assigned to him, this abandonment is carried in inventory by signed mention of the bankrupt.

SR 210 art. 32 1. Inventory / h. Communication creditors h. Communication to creditors of strict necessity items left in the bankrupt decision is communicated to the first meeting of creditors during the presentation of the inventory. The deadline for appeals to the authority of surveillance against this decision starts to run on this day. It cannot later be challenged by creditors.
If no decision could yet be made about objects of strict necessity at the time of the first meeting of creditors and summary liquidation, the communication of the filing of the inventory held at the same time as that of the State of collocation; the appeal against the inventory operations commences to run from the day of filing.

Art. 33-1. Inventory / j. Civil and natural Fruits j. Civil and natural Fruits civil and natural fruits produced by buildings during the bankruptcy are successively carried in inventory under a special chapter.

Art. 34 1. Inventory / k. claims k. claims the claims of third parties (art. 242 LP) are similarly brought to the inventory in a special chapter which will be indicated the name of the claiming, the number assigned in the inventory to the claimed subject matter and possibly the attached exhibits. Mention is also made of claim on the inventory itself, in the comments column, as a result of the claimed subject matter.
The explanations given by the bankrupt about those claims, subsequent decisions by the administration of the bankruptcy, finally the result of engaged trials, are summarily fined at the end of this chapter.

Art. 35 2. Advance of expenses 2. Advance of expenses if the bankruptcy judgment has not sought the creditor or the debtor to request that bankruptcy was pronounced an advance payment for the costs incurred up to and including the suspension of the liquidation for lack of assets or until the call to creditors, the Agency has the right to demand of those legally responsible for costs to content of article 169 sq.
This application may result in delaying the preparation of the inventory.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 36 3. Closing of accounts of the bankrupt 3. Closing of accounts of the bankrupt if the officer decides to continue the trade or industry of the bankrupt until the day of the first meeting of the creditors, he must stop the accounting books on the day of the opening of bankruptcy and continue to hold for the account of the mass, unless it decides to open separate accounts.

Art. 37 4. Questioning of the bankrupt 4. Questioning of the bankrupt on the occasion of the inventory agent is obliged to interrogate the bankrupt on the following points: a. the name and the domicile of all known creditors and whose books do not mention; b. The existence of trial within the meaning of article 207, paragraph 1 LP; c. The existence of insurance of persons and of insurance against damage (cf.); d. Parental or guardianship what he has eventually, as well as the claims of property or the claims existing in favour of those who are are subject; e. The rank in the army: NCO, officer or specialist Officer (soldier, sprightly or NCO in officer positions).

RS 221.229.1 new content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 385 escrow mailings 5. Receiver of direct mail

Offices are entitled to require from the competent management of postal district, for the duration of the bankruptcy, or the delivery of postal items and checks addressed to the bankrupt or shipped by him; they may also request information on the postal relations of the bankrupt (cf. art. 14 and 18 of the order [1] from 1 sept. 1967 relating to the Postal Service Act). The bankrupt, however, has the right to attend the opening of the above-mentioned shipments.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
SR 783.01 art. 396 determination of procedure 6. Determination of the procedure office, at the time where it examines whether the proceeds of the inventoried property is sufficient to cover the cost of a regular liquidation (art. 231, 1 al., ch. 1, LP), must take into account only any surplus from the realization of goods given in pledge will be used to cover the overhead costs of bankruptcy (art. 262 LP).
If the agency finds that this potential surplus, added to the product of the assets of the estate undeliverable as a token, is not enough to cover costs, he must propose to the judge of the summary liquidation bankruptcy or suspension of the bankruptcy; If the case is simple, it will offer the summary liquidation.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

II. call for creditors (art. 231 to 234 LP) art. 40 1. Special notice of the opening of bankruptcy 1. Special notice of the opening of the special notice under article 233 LP bankruptcy must indicate the contents of the publication of the bankruptcy. Carriers of receivables secured by a lien on the property of the bankrupt, as well as third parties that these claims would pledge released people invited to deposit their shares at the office.
The special notice must be sent regular liquidation: a. all creditors whose name and address are known; b. The Tribunal before which educate a civil trial within the meaning of article 207, paragraph 1, LP and the authority before which is pending an administrative procedure within the meaning of article 207, 2 paragraph, LP; c. At the insurer with which the bankrupt has concluded a contract of insurance of persons or of damage insurance; d. The competent guardianship authority if the bankrupt has the parental power or if it is guardian; e. At the offices of the land registry of the other boroughs of bankruptcy in which the bankrupt is the owner of buildings to content of the inventory.

The names of the creditors to whom notices have been shipped are brought to the minutes of the bankruptcy or on a special list that must be signed by the officer.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 412. restitution of the evidence 2. Return of evidence unless the creditor has special reasons to claim, evidence must be kept in the file of the bankruptcy until the expiry of the period of opposition to the scheme of collocation and will be returned after this time here.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

III. Administration of the estate (art. 235 to 243 LP) art. 42 1. Minutes of meetings of creditors 1. Minutes of meetings of creditors bankruptcy office shall draw up a detailed of every meeting of creditors. This record will include the names of all of the creditors present and their representatives; This indication may be placed on a special list, prepared by the office, of all creditors known and signed by the officer and the members of the bureau. The minutes will also indicate if the Assembly was validly constituted (art. 236 and 254 LP).
The Agency's report under section 237, 1 paragraph and 253, 1 paragraph LP can be submitted either in writing or orally. In the first case it will be countersigned and annexed to the acts of bankruptcy with mention in the minutes; If it was presented orally, the minutes again in the essential points.
The minutes will contain more all the proposals made and decisions taken, but without reproducing the discussion to which they gave rise; It must be signed by the officer and the members of the bureau.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 43 2. Delivery of documents to the special administration. Communication 2. Delivery of documents to the special administration. Communication if the creditors ' meeting appoints a special administration (art. 237, 2. al and 253, 2 al.) (LP), the office made him discount the acts and the minutes of the bankruptcy; the supervisory authority shall inform the names, occupations and domicile of the members of the special administration, as well as an extract of the minutes of the meeting of creditors.
If the bankrupt is registered in the commercial register, the Agency shall also inform the office of the register of commerce of the appointment of the special administration.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
Introduced by chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 443. minutes of the Monitoring Committee 3. Minutes of the Supervisory Board if he has been appointed a monitoring commission, we keep a record of its decisions, which shall be annexed to the minutes of bankruptcy once it closed (art. 10).

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 45 4. Claims / a. Decision of the administration 4. Claims a. administration the administration of the bankruptcy Decision will decide, after expiry of the period of production provided for in article 232, 2 paragraph, Figure 2 LP, on the surrender of property found in the detention of the bankrupt and whose property is claimed by third parties (art. 242 LP and art. 34 of the Ordinance). She will make a decision that the right of the third party claim has been produced by himself, either that this right has been declared by the bankrupt or someone else. Finally, this decision of the administration will be taken even if the claimed subject matter was sold at auction, provided that the right of the third party on this object has been declared to the office before the distribution of the proceeds of realization.

Art. 46 4. Claims / b. time limit for open action (b) time limit for open action notice by which the time limit for open action will be set at the third party claiming (art. 242, 2 al.) LP) must contain the exact indication of the contentious subject and recalled specifically that the claim will be outdated if the action is not brought within the specified time.

Art. 47 4. Claims / c. Reserve of rights of creditors c. Reserve of rights of creditors if the administration considers well-founded claim, the notice to the third party claiming, as well as delivery of the object are however suspended until the moment where the second meeting of creditors has been able to take a decision to the contrary or until the moment where the creditors individually will be able to request assignment of the mass on the object at issue to content of article 260 LP.
Care of the object are the responsibility of the mass; after transfer of rights according to section 260 LP, they are the responsibility of the assignee creditor. The administration of the bankruptcy can fix this creditor, under threat of immediate delivery of the object to the third party claiming, a period to provide an unconditional commitment as well as a guarantee of childcare costs after transfer.

Introduced by chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 48 4. Claims / c. Reserve of rights of creditors / aa. In the aa liquidation. In liquidation for this purpose the administration of the bankruptcy must remind expressly in the convening the second meeting of creditors that applications for transfer to content of article 260 LP, under penalty of lapse, must be presented in the Assembly or at the latest within ten days.
However, if special circumstances make it desirable to the liquidation of a claim before the second meeting of creditors, the administration may call a special meeting or set by circular to creditors a reasonable period during which they must, under penalty of lapse, request assignment of the rights to the content of article 260, paragraph 1 LP.

Art. 49 4. Claims / c. Reserve of rights of creditors / bb. In the liquidation summary bb. In the summary liquidation summary liquidation, the same will be time to creditors in important cases; This communication will be made to them at the same time as the filing of the scheme of collocation.

Art. 50-4. Claims / c. Reserve of rights of creditors / cc. Claims late cc. Late claims the late claims will be, in important cases communicated to creditors, according to the wishes of the administration, by official publication or by circular; If necessary, a special meeting of creditors will be convened.


Art. 51 4. Claims / c. Reserve of rights of creditors / dd. Dd exceptions. Exceptions the rules of articles 47 to 50 above shall not apply if the claims appear early on as based or the immediate delivery of the claimed subject matter is obviously in the interest of the mass, or, finally, in cases where the third party provides a sufficient deposit.

Art. 52 4. Claims / d. time allocation after assignment by the mass d. time after transfer allocation by mass when one or more creditors have required transfer of rights of the mass, the administration of bankruptcy given the certificate of assignment and fixed to the third party claiming the deadline for open action provided for in article 242, paragraph 2 LP, in him indicating creditors assignees to assign in court as representatives of mass.

Art. 53 4. Claims / e. competition of lien with a claim e. competition of lien with a claim rather than proceed as follows when a creditor claims a right of pledge or lien on goods for which a claim of ownership was also made there: If the mass recognises the validity of the claim of ownership the litigation between him claiming and the pledgee is liquidated outside the bankruptcy.
If, instead, a trial is held on the right to claim property, the administration will decide on the right of pledge, through a scheme of collocation complementary, after the final rejection of the claim.

Art. 54 4. Claims / f. competition between a right of ownership or pledge and the quality of goods of strict necessity f. competition between a right of ownership or pledge and the quality of goods of strict necessity when rights of pledge conventional, claimed on strict necessities, were admitted during the procedure of collocation, these objects are considered as falling in the mass and liquidated for the benefit of the pledgee; the surplus will be given to the bankrupt.
When objects claimed by a third party have been declared of strict necessity, the mass does not make application of article 242 LP, but merely to return claiming it to assert its rights against the bankrupt outside the bankruptcy process.

IV. Verification of claims and collocation (art. 244 to 251 LP) art. 55 1. Statements of the bankrupt 1. Statements of the bankrupt the explanations of the bankrupt about each production (art. 244 LP) are recorded on the list of productions or in a special report.; they will be signed by him. Reference will be made possibly his death or his absence. The rules set out in section 30, 1 paragraph above about the partnership, limited partnership, equity or cooperative, are also applicable here.

Art. 56 2. Scheme of collocation / a. Division 2. Scheme of collocation a. collocation State Division is established in the following way: A. debt secured by pledge (cf. art. 37 LP): 1 claims secured by real estate pledge; 2. debt secured by pledge furniture.

B. debt unsecured by collateral: class I-III (art. 219 LP).

If there are no debts to indicate in one or the other of the categories or classes, reference is made to the scheme of collocation.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 572. the scheme of collocation / b. b. changes the changes that are made to the scheme of collocation during the opposition period, the explanations and changes add-ins that are added must be worn on the sidelines through indications covered by the signature of their author and will each time the object to a new publication.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 58 2. Scheme of collocation / c. content c. content each production is registered in the class and the rank assigned to him by the administration of the bankruptcy or the Supervisory Board.
Mention is made as a result of each production of the decision taken by the administration on admission or rejection; in the latter case, the reasons will be stated summarily. The administration will decide also on real rights other than ownership (pledge rights, usufruct, right to housing, easements and land charges) that have been claimed or who were registered in the land registry; It is seen the existence, extent and rank.

Art. 592. the scheme of collocation / d. form decisions d. form of decisions when a production is not sufficiently justified, the administration can reject it or set a deadline to present any other evidence to the creditor.
Production may not be admitted or excluded under condition, except in case of dispute on the extinction of a claim, unchallenged in its principle, which reappears in the event of restitution of what has been received (art. 291, 2. al, LP).
If the administration can make a decision on admission or rejection of a production, it must suspend the filing of the scheme of collocation or complete it later and drop it again by doing the publications required.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 60 2. Scheme of collocation / e. Indications complementary e. additional information productions are numbered as a result of the other.
The scheme of collocation should mention the cause of the claim and return to the number she wears in the list of productions.
The scheme of collocation must indicate in a specific way for each receivable secured by pledge property on which mass is this right; for buildings it will clearly mention fruit and products affected by the pledge so that accessories, interest receivables potentially covered by pledge, with reference to the entries in the inventory. If a third party is a debtor, the State report you also.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 61 2. Scheme of collocation / f. receivables secured by third-party f. receivables assets secured by the assets of third parties claims guaranteed by objects that are the property of third parties in whole or in part are classified as unsecured for all of their amount recognized, without taking into account the existence of the guarantee, but by mentioning it.
If the items pawned are made until there has been the distribution of the dividend of the bankruptcy, the owner of the property given in pledge is entitled to the dividend in lieu of the pledgee, as long as it was legally subrogated to the rights of the latter by the realization of the pledge. If there is dispute over subrogation, the dividend is recorded.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 62 2. Scheme of collocation / g. purpose of the pledge abroad g. purpose of the pledge abroad when the object given in pledge is the property of the bankrupt, but is al' foreign and that it has not been possible, to content of the foreign law, make it fit into the bankruptcy estate opened in Switzerland, this claim dividends are kept until the moment where the realization of the pledge abroad will be made and will be paid to the creditor insofar as it will be remained exposed in this achievement. The dividends to be paid must be calculated according to the overdraft.

Sentence introduced by chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 63 2. Scheme of collocation / h. claims disputed opening of bankruptcy h. claims at issue at the opening of the administration of the bankruptcy bankruptcy will not rule, all first, on contentious claims that were the subject of a trial at the time of the commencement of the bankruptcy; These claims will be simply referred to memory in the scheme of collocation.
If the trial is continued by the mass, or the creditors individually to content of article 260 LP, the claim shall be considered to have been recognized and creditors do have the right to attack his admission to the State of collocation, content of article 250 LP.
If on the contrary the trial is continued, this debt will be depending on the outcome of the dispute, either written off or colloquee definitely; This collocation can not be attacked by the creditors.
It will be made application by analogy of article 48 above discussions on the continuation of the trial.

Art. 64 2. Scheme of collocation / i. Decisions of the supervisory commission. The outcome of litigation i. Decisions of the supervisory commission. The outcome of litigation when he was appointed a monitoring commission, the decisions taken by it are listed in the scheme of collocation.
Mention is also made to the scheme of collocation of the trial to which it gave rise and the way in which they have been liquidated.

Art. 652 scheme of collocation / k. subsequent changes / aa. During the period of opposition k. changes subsequent aa. During the opposition period

During the opposition period, the administration of the bankruptcy has the right to change decisions made in the scheme of collocation that also long that an action has not been brought to ground or to another creditor.
These changes will require new publications (art. 67, 3 al.).

In the Italian text, this article is placed in a paragraph.
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 66 2. Scheme of collocation / k. subsequent changes / bb. During the trial, bb. During the trial when the administration of the bankruptcy plans do not have to let judge a dispute relating to the scheme of collocation and introduced against the mass, but wants to later recognize the claims of the applicant in whole or in part, it cannot do so subject to the rights of the creditors of the bankruptcy to challenge the admission of the claim or its rank , content of article 250 LP.
For this purpose the administration must drop and publish a scheme of collocation, modified in the direction of recognition of rights previously challenged.
Are reserved powers eventually the commission for monitoring by section 237, 3 paragraph, Figure 3 LP about the conclusion and ratification of transactions. In such cases, there is not place to proceed with filing and the publication of a new scheme of collocation.

Art. 67 2. Scheme of collocation / l. Publication l. Publication publication of the filing of the scheme of collocation occurs in newspapers where the opening of the bankruptcy had been published.
At the time of the scheme of collocation all the challenges emanating from the administration of the bankruptcy or the supervisory commission must there be mentioned in a precise way.
As for subsequent changes, they should not be the subject of a simple notice to creditors; It is necessary, instead, to proceed during the opposition period to rescind the filing statement of collocation, as well as to the filing and the publication of a new or modified state.

Art. 682 State of collocation / Mr. notice special Mr. special notice special notice provided for in article 249, 3 paragraph LP must mention the reasons for the rejection of the production and recall the period of 20 days to open action (art. 250 LP) begins to run on the day of the publication of the application of the scheme of collocation.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 69 2. Scheme of collocation / n. Productions late n. late Productions complementary report productions arrived after filing of the scheme of collocation will be published only if these productions have been accepted in whole or in part. If they have been left out completely, simply notify the creditors. Are reserved sections 65 and 66.

Art. 70 2. Scheme of collocation / o. Liquidation summary o. Summary Liquidation it is necessary to establish a scheme of collocation, even in summary liquidation. It will be done in such cases application by analogy of the rules prescribed by the LP and this order for the drafting, filing, of the publication of the State of collocation and objections that could be made.

V. Liquidation of the mass (art. 252 to 260 LP) art. 711 notice of auction of buildings 1. Notice of auction of real estate the copy of publication provided for in article 257 LP must be given not only to holders of mortgages, but third parties such claims would have given pledge (cf. art. 40, 1 al. above).

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 722 minutes of auction / a. writing 2. Minutes of auction a. writing it shall be drafted a special report for each auction. This report mentions people who conducted auctions, date and duration, the place where they were held and the amount achieved by each object exposed on sale. The minutes shall be signed by the official responsible for the auction. In the case of securities and receivables, the minutes also the name of the successful bidder; If it's furniture, this indication will take place only if the award was made in block to one and the same person.
If the auction were led by another public officer, reference will be made in the minutes.

In the Italian text, this article is placed in a paragraph.

Art. 73 2. Minutes of auction / b. buildings b. auction real estate auction the auction of real estate report shall also mention the declaration of the official who directs them that 'the building is awarded for the price of CHF... n. n..'. This indication shall be signed by the successful bidder who will expressly this quality. If there were no award, the minutes will be marked: "the building has not been awarded." It will also indicate why an award could not be made. If the auction took place with conditions, these must be indicated in a precise way.

Art. 74 3. Radiation off pledge rights 3. Radiation off pledge rights the administration of bankruptcy has the obligation to proceed with the land registry to radiation and the necessary changes regarding the securities of mortgage lien are extinguished in whole or in part by public auction, even if the securities have not been produced in the bankruptcy.
These radiation or changes in the land register must be published in the official journal and shall be communicated by registered letter to creditors whose name and address are known; These notices indicate that any alienation or pawned the title removed or changed to a higher value than he will be kept will be punished as scam.
If the holder of the title is unknown, the cancellation or modification will be published by the Agency care, mention being made in the publication of the consequences listed in the paragraph above, a disposition or a guarantee of the title layout.

New content according to the art. 69 al. 3-136 al. 2 o of the TF of April 23, 1920 on the forced implementation of buildings, in force since Jan. 1. 1921 (RS 281.42).

Art. 754. special cases / a. cancellation of pledge securities created in the name of the owner and radiation of the free slots 4. Case special a. cancellation of pledge securities created in the name of the owner and radiation of the free slots titles Gage found in the possession of the bankrupt and relating to loans guaranteed by its buildings, as well as the free boxes, are, according to article 815 of the civil code Swiss, not taken into account when establishing conditions of auction. Gage titles should simply be cancelled and the free boxes struck in the land register after the auction.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
SR 210 art. 76 4. Special cases / b. mortgage securities pledged by the bankrupt b. mortgage securities pledged by the bankrupt securities of guarantee relating to debts secured by real property of the bankrupt and that it has pawned should not be made auctioned separately, but the terms of auction of buildings will require of such receivables cash and securities will be cancelled after the auction.

Art. 77 4. Special cases / c. realization of insured objects and life insurance policies c. realization of insured objects and life insurance policies when exposed to auction goods are insured against damage (cf. art. 37 and 40, 2. al, above), this fact must be announced at the auction. If the insured objects are awarded to one and the same person, it will be given immediately knowledge to the insurer of this transfer of ownership.
The provisions of articles 10 and 15 to 21 of the order of May 10, 1910, concerning the seizure, the receiver and the realization of the rights arising from insurance are applicable to the realization by mutual agreement or by public auction of the rights resulting from a life insurance policy.

RS 281.51 art. 784. special cases / d. realization of livestock d. realization of cattle for livestock production, it is necessary to observe the provisions of the Act on July 1, 1966 on animal diseases (art. 14) and the Ordinance of 27 June 1995 on animal diseases (art. 11), relating to the pass.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
RS 916.40 RS 916.401 art. 79 repealed by section I of O of the June 5, 1996 (RO 1996 2884) TF.

Art. 80 5. Sale of litigious rights 5. Sale of litigious rights the sale of litigious rights for one or several creditors individually, as it is provided for in article 260 LP, takes place through the form and conditions are stipulated.
The costs incurred by the execution of the judgment cannot be imposed on the mass.

Art. 81 repealed by section I of O of the June 5, 1996 (RO 1996 2884) TF.

VI. Distribution of funds (art. 261 to 267 LP) art. 82 1. Interim distributions 1. Interim distributions

The administration of the bankruptcy must, before a provisional distribution (art. 237, 3 al., ch. 5, and 266 LP), a provisional distribution picture that remains filed at the office for 10 days. Communication of this deposit is made to creditors (art. 263 LP).
The administration of the bankruptcy does not proceed to the distribution of dividends to contentious claims or claims subject to a suspensive condition or an uncertain term (art. 264, 3 al.) LP); It will be same for claims resulting from guarantees to be provided by the bankrupt and late, but performed productions before the interim distribution took place (art. 251, 3 al.) LP).

Art. 83 2. Final table of distribution / a. Conditions / aa. Liquidation of the ongoing trials 2. Final table of distribution a. aa. Liquidation of the ongoing trials final table of distribution will be completed when all trials relating to the fixing of the assets and liabilities of the mass will be completed.
It is not necessary, however, to wait for the solution of the lawsuits filed by creditors individually, to content of article 260 LP, if it is established that the mass will not have a potential surplus (see art. 95 below).

Art. 842 final table of distribution / a. Conditions / bb. Establishing special fees according to art. 48 of the Ordinance on fees bb. Establishing special fees according to art. 48 of the Ordinance on fees if the administration of the bankruptcy (or possibly the monitoring commission) believes qualify for special fees to content of article 48 of the Ordinance of 23 September 1996 the fees payable under the LP, prior to the establishment of the final table of distribution, she must submit to the competent supervisory authority to make the amount, a detailed list of all his vacations on which fees Ordinance does not provide for special fee; She joined the complete record of the bankruptcy.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
RS 281.35 art. 852. final distribution table / b. way to establish it b. how to establish the distribution table is written by observing the following rules:-it shows in the first place in a precise way, for each object given in pledge, the product of its realization as well as inventory costs, administration and realization to which it gave rise. These charges must be taken from the product to its realization. - If there is a surplus after payment of fees and full repayment of debt secured by pledge, this surplus is paid to the general account of realization of assets. If, on the contrary, the achievement was not enough to pay secured creditors, they will be registered in classes one to three for the amount they are overdrawn, when the bankrupt was personally obliged to pay their claims. - the total product of general assets, with the potential to hit gage property surplus, is used in the first place to cover all costs of the bankruptcy including those resulting from a prior public inventory; the balance is divided among the unsecured creditors in accordance with the scheme of collocation.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 86 2. Final distribution table / c. distribution to content of article 260 LP c. distribution to content of article 260 LP lawsuit lawsuit when some lawsuits by creditors individually, to content of article 260 LP, resulted in a favourable outcome, the administration of the bankruptcy must proceed to the distribution of proceeds among the creditors, assignees and the mass , either in the distribution table, or in a special supplement.

Art. 87 3. Notice of filing of the distribution table 3. Notice of filing of the switchboard creditors and him almost will be notified individually by registered letter (art. 34 LP) of the filing of the switchboard.
This notice will be given also in case of modification of the distribution table, unless this change results from a decision of the supervisory authority.

Art. 88 4. Distribution. Conditions 4. Distribution. Conditions before to proceed with the distribution of the proceeds of the bankruptcy from creditors, bankruptcy administration must ensure that it didn't, was sent to the supervisory authority within the legal deadline of ten days in the distribution table no action. Eventually she'll wait for the liquidation of these remedies for the allocation.

Art. 89 5. Acts of property in case of family asylums 5 default. Acts of default of property in case of asylums of family if the bankrupt is the owner of family asylum (art. 349 and s. CC and art. 31 above), reference will be made on the default property of the existence of this family asylum proceedings and its estimate and the charges that put a strain on him. The Act of default will also reproduce the provisions of the Swiss civil code and additional cantonal laws on the forced administration of asylums of family and the way in which creditors are disinterested.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
SR 210 art. 90 repealed by section I of O of the June 5, 1996 (RO 1996 2884) TF.

Art. 91 repealed by the O of the TF of April 23, 1926 (RO 42 272).

VII. closing of the bankruptcy (art. 268 to 270 LP) art. 92 1. Final report 1. Final report the final report of the administration (art. 268 LP) must always be in writing; It is sent to the bankruptcy court with all documents and supporting documents, including receipts for the payment of dividends. Copy of this report is annexed to the acts of bankruptcy.
This report will contain a concise statement of liquidation operations. He mentioned specifically and in a summary way the causes of the bankruptcy, the amount of assets and liabilities, the total of the overdraft; Finally, it will indicate where applicable, amounts that had to be deposited in the Fund of consignments to content of article 264, 3 paragraph LP.

Art. 93 2. Summary liquidation 2. Summary liquidation there, even in summary liquidation, a final report and publication of the judgment terminating the bankruptcy. This publication is not necessary, when the liquidation has been suspended to content of article 230, 2 paragraph LP.

Art. 94 repealed by section I of O of the June 5, 1996 (RO 1996 2884) TF.

Art. 95 3. Content of article 260 LP 3 trial. Content of article 260 LP trial when there has been a transfer of rights of one or more creditors individually weight content of article 260 LP and if it is necessary to admit that it will not return to the mass a surplus, the Agency will communicate to the judge all the pieces of the bankruptcy and will offer is to immediately close the liquidation , either wait for the end of the current dispute to do.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

VIII. Liquidation article summary Special 96regles for the summary liquidation special rules for summary liquidation in addition to the provisions contained in articles 32, 49, 70 and 93, the following rules are applicable to the summary liquidation: a. it is necessary to call a meeting of creditors if the bankrupt offers a concordat and advanced the costs that this House occasionnera.b. For public auction of real estate, applied articles 134 to 137 and 143 LP; However, it should not be granted delay of payment of more than three months. For the rest, articles 71 to 78 and 80 of this order are applicable to the realisation.c. The distribution takes place in accordance with articles 262 and 264, 3 paragraph, LP, as well as articles 83 and 85 above, on the basis of a distribution table. The office will not conduct interim distributions; It will deliver, however, acts of defect of goods according to article 265 LP. Article 150 LP is also applicable by analogy.

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

C. Administration Special art. 971. General provisions 1. General rules laid down in article 1, 1 paragraph, figures 2 to 4, and articles 2, 3, 5, 8 to 10, 13, 15 to 34, 36, 38, 41, 44 to 69, 71 to 78, 80, 82 to 89, 92, 93 and 95 of the present order are applicable to the special administration designated by the meeting of creditors (art. 241 LP and art. 43 above).

New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).

Art. 98 2. Special provisions 2. Special provisions the filing statement of collocation, the conditions of auction, the account fees and the distribution table will take place in the offices of the Agency of bankruptcy jurisdiction, even when a special administration has been designated. The cantons may prescribe public auction will be held by the officer to bankruptcy or another public officer, or with their participation.
After the bankruptcy, special administration again the minutes and proceedings of bankruptcy the office which will keep in its archives.
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In the Italian text, each of the two sentences is a paragraph.
Repealed by no I of O of the June 5, 1996 (RO 1996 2884) TF.

D. provisions final art. 99 1. Entry into force 1. Entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 1912.
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DISP trans. without object.

Art. 100 2. Transitional provisions 2. Transitional provisions all orders and directions contravene the provisions above are repealed.
In particular, article 12 of the order of May 10, 1910, concerning the seizure, receiver and the realization of the rights arising out of insurance is amended by section 61 above.

RS 281.51 RO 27 749 RS 3 153 abbreviation introduced by chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
RS 281.1 new content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
Introduced by chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
Formerly III.
ANC IV.
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
New content according to chapter I of O of the TF of June 5, 1996, in force since Jan. 1. 1997 (RO 1996 2884).
Formerly before art. 39. at present art. 252 to 260 sq.

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