Impact of company abandonment in Spain on the system of managerial liability

The Spanish legal system offers creditor protections for companies that cease commercial operations but remain inactive, failing to undergo the necessary dissolution and liquidation processes. Typically insolvent, these companies neglect corporate debts and obligations by discontinuing trading, abandoning the business premises, not filing annual accounts with the Commercial Registry, neglecting tax payments, and failing to fulfill other corporate obligations mandated by law.

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