Abstract: This paper examines the legal force of various procedural acts delivered within the frame of the insolvency procedure as regulated by Law 85/2014. The study aims to assert the res judicata effects of the syndic judge judgments and to find out if the related procedural acts approved or scrutinized by the syndic judge or issued by the insolvency administrator or liquidator during the insolvency procedure enjoy such effects, concluding that, while not all these acts enjoy res judicata, all of them have binding legal force upon all participants to the procedure and even upon third parties.
European Union Law
THE DISCIPLINARY OFFENCES OF INCOMPATIBILITY AND CONFLICT OF INTERESTS REGARDING PUBLIC OFFICIALS, AS PROVIDED FOR BY THE LEGISLATION OF ROMANIA, ARE OF AN CRIMINAL NATURE UNDER ARTICLE 6, PARAGRAPH 1 ECHR
UE Law and Comparative Law
INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS – LEGISLATIVE CHANGES MADE IN THE ROMANIAN LEGISLATION, THROUGH LAW NO. 151/2019, RELATED TO THE EUROPEAN LEGISLATION AND THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTIONS THAT PROTECT THE FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS