Tami Rusli


Bankruptcy law is very dominant in protecting the interests of creditors, it can be seen
from the requirements that must be declared bankrupt namely the existence of two or more
debts, and one of them has matured. Bankruptcy to the Debtor can be granted if the Debtor is
no longer able to pay its debts. The problem in this study is how the position of the debtor in
bankruptcy in judicial practice. The method used by the normative juridical approach and
analysis is carried out qualitatively. The results showed that the application for bankruptcy
statements in both the applicant and respondent's petition was individual, the Court did not
consider the position of the Petitioner or Respondent, the Court only considered the extent of
the legal relationship that exists between the Petitioner and the Petitioner. and the
Respondent in this bankruptcy request. The court considers whether the request for a
bankruptcy statement is in accordance with the provisions stated in Article 2 paragraph (1)
of the Bankruptcy Act, and whether the evidence is simple, the Court is of the opinion that all
requirements are fulfilled


Bankruptcy, Debtor, Judicial Practice

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