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Quarter century bankruptcy settlement and estate debts

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Quarter century bankruptcy settlement and estate debts

18.08.2020 NL law

To mark the publication’s 25th anniversary, the editors of the Dutch Journal for Insolvency Law have invited Gertjan Boekraad to author an article on how the issue of bankruptcy settlement has developed in legal doctrine over the past quarter of a century. He discusses questions including: what are estate debts, how can they be paid in advance, and what if the assets do not completely cover the estate debts? 

This contribution was published in the Tijdschrift voor Insolventierecht 2020/38.

Read the full article (in Dutch).

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