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The Illegal Granting of Credit or the Dilemma of the Good Banker

In the course of 2021, the Supreme Court reached a significant milestone in the systematic elaboration and reconstruction of the liability of the Bank for abusive granting of credit.


Sunderland, Brazilian football, SAF and the Problem of Cartolism

The first -and perhaps the main- lesson that can be drawn from the series Sunderland 'Til I Die, consists in revealing the importance that the football team plays in relation to the population of the city that bears the same name. 


No External Directors' Liability Towards the Lessor Due to Bankruptcy

In the case of a pre-constitutive act, a lease is entered into. Seven years later, the tenant goes bankrupt.


Where Are You Going, Bankruptcy Law?

Every time we have approached to examine a legislative amendment to the bankruptcy regulations, we have not been able to avoid remembering to what extent the legislator is imbued with our wonderful literary genre: the picaresque.


Returning Child Administrator Becomes Co-Tenant

In 2012, the mother was 80 years old when her then 57-year-old son moves in with her. In 2017, the son is appointed as administrator and mentor of his mother with dementia. Six months later, he requests the housing association to designate him as a co-tenant.