The court financial restructuring procedure enables mandatory restructuring of all receivables, even if all the affected creditors do not agree with it. All the creditors, of which receivables are acknowledged in a particular court financial procedure, have the right to vote on the restructuring of all receivables, wherein in case of a passed vote on confirmation of the proposed restructuring it affects all receivables of the same type in the same manner. This safeguards the principle of equal treatment of all creditors as the general principle of the court financial restructuring procedures. The author in his thesis compares the respective procedure in Slovenia and Croatia by its elements and promptly analyse noticed differences. By doing so, the author focuses solely on the most important elements that are in common or different to both jurisdictions. In the ending of the thesis, Lex Agrokor is also presented, which has significantly and ad hoc interfered with the court financial restructuring procedure of one of the biggest, if not even the biggest Croatian company (Agrokor), and potentially also of other companies that will fulfil the prescribed legal conditions. Lex Agrokor has obviously been adopted as an answer to the general distrust in the valid Croatian insolvency legislation, wherein due to its ad hoc nature and the consequent fastened drafting, it has interfered with many general principles of the currently established valid insolvency legislation, especially those related to the court financial restructuring procedure. Lastly, the author also briefly presents the Lex Mercator, adopted as an answer to the Lex Agrokor and pursuant to the opinion of the author, even more as an answer to the inadequate corporate legislation, especially the provisions of the Companies Act that govern inter-company relations in a group of companies, and the rules that should protect the subsidiaries against draining by the controlling companies.