Latin American Insolvency Systems: A Comparative Assessment

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'Modern society has eliminated the inhumane debtors' prisons for handling the insolvent debtor and in their stead have enacted benign modern laws in the area of bankruptcy. Unscrupulous merchants now use these benign laws for fraudulent purposes.' Based on case studies in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela, this is the first publication to provide recommendations about the important legal and institutional issues that are involved in bankruptcy reform in a critical region of the global economy. The authors note that ...

Latin American Insolvency Systems: A Comparative Assessment 1999, World Bank Publications, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780821343999

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