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Poids De L'Avis De L'Expert Comptable Judiciaire Dans La Decision Du Juge En Matiere De Redressement Judiciaire : Cas De La Tunisie

  • Taieb Hamadi

    (ESC Toulouse - Ecole Supérieure de commerce de Toulouse)

  • Sami El Omari,

    (ESC Toulouse - Ecole Supérieure de commerce de Toulouse)

  • Wafa Khlif


    (ESC Toulouse - Ecole Supérieure de commerce de Toulouse)

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    Cet article analyse le poids de l'avis de l'expert-comptable judiciaire dans la décision d'envoi par le juge en redressement judiciaire des entreprises en difficultés économiques. Le rapport apporté par l'expert comptable pour aider le juge comporte des arguments techniques et son avis. Les résultats montrent que le juge est fortement influencé par l'avis de l'expert judiciaire en ne tenant compte que de manière limitée des motivations techniques du rapport de dernier.

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    Date of creation: 21 May 2012
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    Publication status: Published - Presented, Comptabilités et innovation, 2012, Grenoble, France
    Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00937922
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