Help, my debtor has ceased to exist!

It does happen: the creditor demands his money, but the debtor, a legal person, is no longer registered with the Chamber of Commerce. After an investigation, it turns out that this legal person has now been dissolved and liquidated. So what can you, the creditor, do? 

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What happens to current contracts?

Many creditors have a contract that is still current when the liquidation is ordered. What is the status of such contracts, can you get out of them or do you have to enforce compliance?

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How do I create a pledge?

This page gives you a step-by-step plan for the simple creation of a pledge on all kinds of assets. A repledge is required for the creation of a pledge on (new) third-party claims.

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Help, the receiver is contesting my claim.

At times, the receiver will contest a claim that has been presented for validation. What is the best thing to do in such cases? It may be that he thinks the documents he has received are insufficient to assume the existence of a claim. However, such contention is often not voiced until close to the…

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Undue payment

Suppose you accidentally made a payment to a (legal) person who went into liquidation. Will you be able to get your money back?

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