Summary:
The basis for this article is the judgment of the Constitutional Court nr. U-I-220/14-11, U-I-161/14-15, Up-559/14-14, U-I-21/15-7, Up-101/15-9, U-I-30/15-8, U-I-59/15-8, from 12.11.2015. With the presented judgment the Constitutional Court judged the constitutionality of the provisions of the Law on changes and amendments of the Law on financial affairs, proceedings due to insolvency and forced termination (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia 100/13) in how much it relies on the creditors, who in insurance proceedings managed to get preliminary decrees against debtors that just fell into insolvency proceedings, but their insurance proceedings were stopped with a preliminary decree, the performed operations were nullified on account of point 4 paragraph 3 article 132 of the Law on financial affairs, proceedings due to insolvency and forced termination. The Constitutional Court decided that the presented regulation is not in violation with the Constitution. The purpose of this article is to present the standpoint of the creditors and their feebleness in the fight against debtors.