To what extent can a creditor other than the one whose claim is contested lodge a complaint against the decisions of the judge-commissioner on the statement of claims?
After the judicial liquidation of a SCI, a person who had summoned it in resolution of the sale of a building, and obtained the judicial registration of a mortgage on it, declared a debt as a liability for the liquidation. mortgage, which has not been contested. The privileged nature of this debt has been contested by two other creditors, also admitted to the procedure on a privileged basis. The Papeete Court of Appeal declared this request admissible, after noting that it sought to have the claim admitted on a purely unsecured basis, the trial judges accepted (…)