Annotatie onder Rechtbank Zeeland-West-Brabant - 9 juli 2014

Annotatie onder Rechtbank Zeeland-West-Brabant 9 juli 2014, (girale b

Annotatie onder Rechtbank Zeeland-West-Brabant - 9 juli 2014

14.11.2014 NL law

Niet relevant is wanneer failliet de opdracht tot betaling heeft gegeven. Aangezien failliet en gedaagde dezelfde giro-instelling hebben, kan gedaagde alleen aan de verplichting tot terugbetaling ontkomen als de bijschrijving op haar rekening is voltooid op de dag vóór faillietverklaring, dus vóór 29 mei 2012.

Op het bankafschrift van de girorekening van failliet staat dat op 29 mei 2012 € 28.000 is betaald aan gedaagde. Op het bankafschrift van de girorekening van gedaagde staat dat op 29 mei 2012 € 28.000 van failliet is ontvangen. Dit is dus niet vóór, maar op de dag van faillietverklaring. De betaling is onbevoegd door failliet verricht en moet door gedaagde worden terugbetaald. Of en in hoeverre met het overgemaakte bedrag door gedaagde energieleveranties zijn voldaan, doet voor de vraag of onbevoegd door failliet is betaald, niet ter zake.

Robbert Jan van der Weijden schreef de annotatie bij deze uitspraak. Deze annotatie is gepubliceerd in JOR 2014/310.

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