Friday, March 24, 2023

Courts record more bankruptcies and fewer borders

The year 2022 was, in the judgment, the year in which the obligations of the old societies grew, to a figure not reached before; the year in which dismissal cases end with the judge, and the year in which the almost historic drop in evictions begins, the term in the eviction court has spoken.
Thus explains the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), which, as in all areas, presents figures for the effects of discrimination in judicial bodies throughout Spain. This is not a new statistic, it has been done since 2007, but the end of 2022 leaves the figures that reflect the turbulence in the state of health, for example, the business of the manufacturing sector. According to the CGPJ, last year there were 154 bankruptcies. Not since 2007 has there been a year with so many bankruptcies. The worst, so far, had been 2021, with 131 companies, from free or people who could not regularly meet their due obligations. The president of Ciudad Negotiators Real, Carlos Marín, already warned in November in an interview with La Tribuna that “many businesses will go bankrupt”. And it was right. Part of the blame is this worsening of the economic situation, with the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and inflation, but this explosion of debt is also explained in the bankruptcy moratorium, which ended in June, brings with it “A significant increase in the fourth quarter, as we highlighted at the public level, the registrars who even a few days ago they showed that January marked a decrease in the announcements of bankruptcies, “which could mean a slowdown in the effect of the moratorium”. . The reduction in which the attack on the lawyers of the Administration of Justice also has its effect.
In addition, 2022 marked the rise of church dismissals related to the Social Courts, which reached 675, a hundred more than those highlighted in 2021, but far from the 1,300 in 2012.
borders to a minimum. The figures on the effects of the justice crisis also reflect a drop almost to a minimum in evictions carried out in the province. The number of shocks to 150. Only in 2020 there were fewer. Those who live for rent, as has been the case in years, are the main victims of evictions: 99 families (256 in 2013) while 43 families were forced to leave their homes. The rise in the Euribor is not reflected in these data for the time being.

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