What if one of my debtors goes bankrupt?

If one of your debtors goes bankrupt, his receiver will send you a letter about the bankruptcy. If you have not received this letter, make sure to contact or let a lawyer contact the debtor. During a meeting, when the receiver will discuss all outstanding accounts, you may clarify your claim. In a bankruptcy a ranking of creditors applies. This ranking depends partly on the claim. As soon as the receiver has determined the ranking, a (final) distribution list will be produced.

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