Part I

Dragoş PARGARU, PhD Student, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest, A Criminal Law Perspective upon Insolvency
Bringing offences under regulation, criminal law borrows concepts that reside in other fields of law. Given the fact that offences regard different social aspects, it is necessary to use judicial concepts unfamiliar to criminal law. Nevertheless, these concepts do not always retain their original meaning. For the purpose of the criminal provision, the definition may change. Sometimes, the law provides the new meaning. Often, the new meaning is the result of a specific operation. Such link stands between the concept of ”insolvency” and criminal law. This paper analyses the meaning of a concept specific to another field of law when used in the legal content of an offence.

Key-words: insolvency, ens juris, ens facti, premise
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