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Edited By: Dennis Faber, Niels Vermunt, Jason Kilborn, Tomáš Richter, Ignacio Tirado
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17 National Report for Spain »

Ignacio Tirado
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This chapter discusses the law on creditor claims in Spain. Spain’s current insolvency regulatory regime resulted from the reorganization and modernization that took place with the passing of the 2003 Insolvency Law (Ley Concursal). The ranking of claims under the Insolvency Law coexists with a ranking of claims for execution in individual proceedings, regulated in the Civil Code. The Spanish system has been generally respectful of the pre-insolvency entitlements of secured creditors; provides priority for post-commencement financing; and includes different tiers of priorities for certain categories of creditors. The remainder of the chapter deals with insolvency claims, administration claims, and non-enforceable claims in turn. Each section covers: the definition and scope of the claim; rules for submission, verification, and satisfaction or admission of claims; ranking of claims; and voting and other participation rights in insolvency proceedings.

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