The Professional Association of Bankruptcy Administrators considers the concentration of vacations of the judicial body in August more practical, instead of declaring it partially working.
The Professional Association of Bankruptcy Administrators (Aspac), considers insufficient the measures adopted in the royal decree of April 28 on procedural and organizational measures in the field of Justice.
Despite the fact that from the association they value the interest of the Public Administration to improve the bankruptcy process, from the same they consider that they do not cover the objectives that should be pursued, such as serving the businesses that are in bankruptcy and those who are anticipated due to the situation caused by Covid-19.
Among the proposals that Aspac launched a few weeks ago was to put the offices of bankruptcy administrators at the service of the courts, so that it would become an auxiliary organ of the court, something that has not happened.
On the other hand, from this group they affirm that “to enable part of the month of August, in addition to being detrimental to professionals, the benefits to the judicial operation are null or scarce. The lawyers of the Administration of justice, prosecutors and other officials will have their holidays staggered in time. So, if each head of the court enjoys his vacations, without trials and without issuing rulings during that period, the stoppage will occur anyway. Therefore, we believe it is more reasonable and practical to concentrate everyone’s vacation period the professionals of the justice in the month of August, except urgent actions “.
Faced with this situation, the association of bankruptcy administrators are betting on the opening of a debate in the Congress of Deputies that will give rise to introducing, through amendments, measures that may be useful and efficient for the effective resolution of the Justice jam. ordinary after the alarm state.