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Insolvency and bankruptcy in Spain, by Helena González (iAbogado.com)


Bankruptcy (concurso de acreedores) is a legally declared inability or impairment of ability of an individual, self-employed worker or company to pay their creditors. A video explanation by Helena González, a lawyer with the Spanish firm iAbogado (www.iabogado.com).

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