VSTS to entertain the work of judges

23.02.2021. / 12:30

BANJA LUKA – Information on the disputes of “Banka Srpska”, in which the bankruptcy trustee Goran Radivojac made accusations against the judges who conduct civil proceedings of this bank, will be forwarded to the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council (HJPC) of BiH, decided the Board of Creditors of “Banka Srpska” .

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CAPITAL announced last week that the bankruptcy trustee of “Banka Srpska” Goran Radivojac in the information he prepared for the Board of Creditors sharply criticized the work of judges, stating that due to their negligence and illegal conduct, the bank’s creditors suffer, but also he and the bankruptcy judge because they receive inquiries every day, and even threats from dissatisfied creditors who have not been able to get their money for years.

This information was considered by the Board of Creditors of the bank yesterday and a decision was made to inform the HJPC about this problem.

The Board of Creditors unanimously decides that the information on disputes conducted by the courts, related to the bankruptcy proceedings of “Banka Srpska”, be submitted to the HJPC in terms of informing about the duration of court proceedings in relation to the legally prescribed deadlines and with its competencies “, is stated in the decision of the Board of Creditors, which is in possession CAPITAL-a.

The Board of Creditors also decided that the bank should once again address the courts with a request to complete the proceedings against the disputed claims as soon as possible, as well as for the courts to provide them with written information within which time these disputes could be completed.

There is no division until the disputes are settled

A decision was made to send information on the need for urgent resolution of proceedings in which the bank is one of the parties to the Supreme Court of the Republika Srpska.

It was also concluded that there would be no distribution of money to creditors until these disputes were settled.Serbian bank

In the information he prepared for the Board of Creditors, the Bankruptcy Trustee stated, among other things, that some judges of the District Commercial Court in Banja Luka do not schedule hearings in the proceedings conducted by the bank for months, to postpone them without a valid reason. hearings render a verdict even though the law stipulates that the verdict is rendered within one month after the main hearing.

These are million-dollar proceedings initiated against the bank by creditors, mostly state-owned companies, in which claims are disputed. The settlement of these disputes is important because the bank cannot settle the creditors to whom it has acknowledged the claims until these proceedings are resolved.

Radivojac stated, among other things, that the judges postpone the hearings “due to the fatigue of the typist”, that the hearings are short because the judges go to other hearings, which he considers inadmissible. He had special objections to the work of the president of the Banja Luka District Commercial Court, Asmir Koricic, for whom he stated that he assigned certain cases to himself and that he passed different verdicts in the same disputes, which were later challenged by the Higher Commercial Court.

CAPITAL: Marina Čigoja Ljubojević


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