The Role Analysis of State Law in Initiating the Bankruptcy Procedure


  • Ervin Bacaj
  • Ismail Zejneli
  • Alba Dumi


The goal of any state is its legal order implemented spontaneously and without violations of legal norms that regulate the specific legal substances, implementation of a legal system designed to rate the actual legal relations of legal entities, whether legal entities means behavior own initiative and spontaneous voluntary legal entities in accordance with legal norms. In the opposite case it lacks efficiency of implementation of legal norms of the legal system and in the scene is presented the mechanism of efficiency and secondary measures, which means the realization of their violent, that in the scene are presented the procedures as in reality is civil procedure, execution and bankruptcy procedures as violent procedures in legal theory for implementing the rule of law to exist and apply valid legal norms of the legal system.Legal order of each state is based on the strong ties between its legal norms (normative element of the legal order) and actual behavior of people under them normative (factual element of the legal order), the dynamism of its legal order begins with the creation of legal norms and ends with their implementation between the behavior of people in legal relations

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n3s1p476


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Bacaj, E., Zejneli, I., & Dumi, A. (2015). The Role Analysis of State Law in Initiating the Bankruptcy Procedure. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 4(3 S1), 476. Retrieved from

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