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Domestic Law: Procedure

In compulsory liquidation proceedings, banking secrecy can be waived in respect of an obstructive debtor if the debt is recognised at law. The same is true in the case of a bankruptcy. In a recent bankruptcy matter where the judge had ordered a seizure, the court held that the banks are only obliged to provide the receiver with information relating to assets which actually were the property of the debtor.

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