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It is no secret that one of the great challenges for companies to survive in the current environment is having the cash flow necessary to be able to make their regular payments. The cash-flow problems caused by non-payment or, in … Continue reading”How to improve company liquidity”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 09:27Comments Off on The sale and purchase of production units of companies undergoing insolvency proceedings
Since the start of the crisis in Spain, around 235,000 companies have ceased trading and more than 2.7 million jobs have been lost. Given that most cease trading with liabilities in excess of their assets, the winding-up process is necessarily … Continue reading”The sale and purchase of production units of companies undergoing …”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 09:36Comments Off on Accord and satisfaction throught insolvency proceedings: release from mortgage debt
Law 14/2013, on measures to support entrepreneurs and their internationalisation (‘Entrepreneurs Act’), has led to a new development in insolvency law which, in itself, has not attracted much attention, but which, in our opinion, opens up the possibility of mortgage … Continue reading”Accord and satisfaction throught insolvency proceedings: release from mortgage debt”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 11:43Comments Off on Liability of directors FAQs
As new legislation has greatly increased the reasons for which company directors can be held personally liable over the last few years, we thought it would be a good idea to make a very brief list of the most frequently … Continue reading”Liability of directors FAQs”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 13:18Comments Off on FAQs about insolvency proceedings
Although it’s been several years since receivership and bankruptcy were replaced by the ever so well known, threat, fear and anguish-inducing insolvency proceedings, companies still have a lot of doubts about the procedure, especially with the how and when. And … Continue reading”FAQs about insolvency proceedings”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 13:04Comments Off on How to reduce late payments?
From the title of this post you might be thinking we’ve found a great slogan and not much else, a bit like those ads for miracle diets which are all over internet, Late payment is one of the issues that … Continue reading”How to reduce late payments?”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 12:40Comments Off on Is a Sales Agent always entitled to compensation?
This post, unlike those you are used to receiving from us, is not going to explain something new. We are writing it because of the recurring problems many of our clients are having; whether they be companies who contract sales … Continue reading”Is a Sales Agent always entitled to compensation?”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 12:30Comments Off on Support measures to mortgage debtors, public authorities non-payments and ways of doing things
Slow as a snail, the Government begins at its own pace, and with the usual success, to give crisis sufferers a lump of sugar, that means ordinary citizens and businesses. Those sufferers whom it is supposed they are representing and … Continue reading”Support measures to mortgage debtors, public authorities non-payments and ways …”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 13:37Comments Off on What if who can not pay is not a businessman?
The last three years I received many calls asking if someone that is not a businessman can file a bankruptcy proceeding. Usually, the amount they earn each month it is not enough to reach -because of the crisis (does it … Continue reading”What if who can not pay is not a businessman?”
Published by Marta Lagarda at 11:26Comments Off on The Nueva Rumasa fall
These days the news and insolvency law forums are constantly informing about bankruptcy proceedings of “Nueva Rumasa” (or “Nueva RUINASA” as I saw somewhere). In hindsight there are many “kwow it all” who boast saying “I told you so”. But … Continue reading”The Nueva Rumasa fall”