Corporate Restructuring Laws Under Stress: The Case of Spain
EntityUAM. Departamento de Derecho Privado, Social y Económico
CitationEuropean Business Organization Law Review (2023): 1-20
ISSN1566-7529 (print); 1741-6205 (online)
SubjectsCOVID-related legal reform; Institutional reform; Extraordinary economic measures; Private law; Insolvency law; Private over-indebtedness; Public over-indebtedness; Derecho
Rights© The Author(s) 2023
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The COVID-19 crisis caused an unprecedented global disruption of economic activity, which was especially intense in Spain due to the nature of its economy. Many legal and institutional reforms were adopted, and extraordinary economic measures implemented. As interim reforms are lifted and economic incentives wear of, Spain will need to grapple with the economic damage caused by the pandemic. Arguably, the reform of the insolvency system recently approved, which precedes and is independent of the measures enacted to stave of risks caused by the pandemic, provides an enhanced and improved framework to deal with business insolvency. Spain now counts on a state-of-the-art hybrid restructuring system and a modern regulation to deal with the fnancial and economic distress of micro enterprises. However, the special legislation approved during COVID, and the side efects of the economic measures came with a cost and are already interfering with the day-to-day application of the new insolvency system, especially concerning public claims and public guarantees. Further, the Spanish legal framework has still some shortcomings which might prove a real hindrance to resuming access to credit at adequate levels
Google Scholar:Tirado Martí, José Ignacio
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