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2017, vol. 55, iss. 4-6, pp. 510-520
Illegal parties' claims in commercial court proceedings: The role of the court and the burden of proof
Privredni sud, Niš
Keywords: illegal claims; money laundering; judicial practice
Abstract
The paper's subject is the legal analysis of cases in which the first-instant commercial court dismissed illegal parties' claims that were based on the strong red-flag indicators of trade-related money laundering, as well as on the corruptive practices of bankruptcy practitioners. The aim of the author is to emphasize the role of judicial transparency, pertaining to procedure, but also to fact-checking and scientific case-analysis by legal scholars. The author concludes that the quality and independence of the first-instant courts' reasoning and decisions are significantly bounded by many internal and external factors of influence (which she plans to expose and analyse in one of her succeeding articles).

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article language: Serbian
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published in SCIndeks: 16/06/2017

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