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Anyone wishing to act as a trustee in insolvency proceedings for which self-administration has been ordered must be appointed by the competent insolvency court.

If you wish to act as a trustee in insolvency proceedings for which self-administration has been ordered, you must be appointed by the competent insolvency court.

A natural person suitable for the individual case, in particular with business knowledge and independent of the creditors and the debtor, must be appointed as trustee, who must be selected from among all persons prepared to take over administrative proceedings.

You will receive a certificate of your order. Upon termination of your office, you must return the certificate to the insolvency court.

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A natural person suitable for the individual case must be appointed as the insolvency administrator. In the case of ordered self-administration, a trustee is appointed in place of the insolvency administrator.

Like the insolvency administrator, the trustee is obliged to pay damages to all parties involved in the insolvency proceedings if he culpably violates the obligations incumbent on him under the Insolvency Code.

General information on courts and judicial authorities can also be found on the website of the state government of Schleswig-Holstein.



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§§ 270 ff. Insolvency Code (InsO).

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  • §§ 270 ff. InsO

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