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Directive 2001/24/EC of the European Parliament and of the CouncilShow full title

Directive 2001/24/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 April 2001 on the reorganisation and winding up of credit institutions

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. TITLE I SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

    1. Article 1.Scope

    2. Article 2. Definitions

  3. TITLE II REORGANISATION MEASURES

    1. A. Credit institutions having their head offices within the Community

      1. Article 3.Adoption of reorganisation measures — applicable law

      2. Article 4.Information for the competent authorities of the host Member State

      3. Article 5.Information for the supervisory authorities of the home Member State

      4. Article 6.Publication

      5. Article 7.Duty to inform known creditors and right to lodge claims

    2. B. Credit institutions having their head offices outside the Community

      1. Article 8.Branches of third-country credit institutions

  4. TITLE III WINDING-UP PROCEEDINGS

    1. A. Credit institutions having their head offices within the Community

      1. Article 9.Opening of winding-up proceedings — Information to be communicated to other competent authorities

      2. Article 10.Law applicable

      3. Article 11.Consultation of competent authorities before voluntary winding up

      4. Article 12.Withdrawal of a credit institution's authorisation

      5. Article 13.Publication

      6. Article 14.Provision of information to known creditors

      7. Article 15.Honouring of obligations

      8. Article 16.Right to lodge claims

      9. Article 17.Languages

      10. Article 18.Regular provision of information to creditors

    2. B. Credit institutions the head offices of which are outside the Community

      1. Article 19.Branches of third-country credit institutions

  5. TITLE IV PROVISIONS COMMON TO REORGANISATION MEASURES AND WINDING-UP PROCEEDINGS

    1. Article 20.Effects on certain contracts and rights

    2. Article 21.Third parties' rights in re

    3. Article 22.Reservation of title

    4. Article 23.Set-off

    5. Article 24.Lex rei sitae

    6. Article 25. Netting agreements

    7. Article 26. Repurchase agreements

    8. Article 27.Regulated markets

    9. Article 28.Proof of liquidators' appointment

    10. Article 29.Registration in a public register

    11. Article 30.Detrimental acts

    12. Article 31.Protection of third parties

    13. Article 32.Lawsuits pending

    14. Article 33.Professional secrecy

  6. TITLE V FINAL PROVISIONS

    1. Article 34.Implementation

    2. Article 35.Entry into force

    3. Article 36.Addressees

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