Under the point 12.2 (d) (iv) of the IETA Master Agreement (Emissions Trading Master Agreement for the EU Scheme version 3.0) a party to the IETA agreement has only 30 days to cause the withdrawal of the petition to declare bankruptcy, filed to the court with respect to it. If it fails to do so, the other party of the IETA agreement is entitled to terminate the agreement as a consequence of an Event of Default.

Taking into account, that in some countries of the European Union judicial procedures are not so efficient and the period of 30 days is far too short to do anything in this respect,
it may be the considerable risk . Let’s see, how it is working on the Polish market.



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