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Too Many Ineffective Amendments to the Spanish Insolvency Law

Too Many Ineffective Amendments to the Spanish Insolvency Law

  • 01/06/2015
  • International Corporate Rescue

This article was written by our partner Agustín Bou in International Corporate Rescue review, he criticizes the reforms introduce by the Insolvency Law throughout 2014, reforms that haven’t always contributed to encourage renegotiation of debts before the beginning of an insolvency procedure.

International Corporate Rescue is one the most important specialized reviews in the field of insolvency and restructuring. Chase Cambria Publishing bi-monthly publishes it in association with University College London (UCL), Centre for Commercial Law, and sponsored by South Square barristers’ chambers.

The article Too Many Ineffective Amendments to the Spanish Insolvency Law first appeared in Volume 12, Issue 3 of International Corporate Rescue (see www.chasecambria.com) and is reproduced with the kind permission of Chase Cambria Company (Publishing) Limited.

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