What A Debt Default Would Look Like Without Chapter 9 (related documents)

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As the clock ticks for Puerto Rico, what would a debt default look like without the recourse of Chapter 9 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code? With all probability, players will face years of nonpayment, an utterly complex maze of claims and counterclaims, protracted litigation, and a myriad of open, unresolved legal questions.

In the following paper, CNE analyzes Puerto Rico’s “insanely convoluted” debt structure, and finds that very few players will benefit from the chaos of a disorderly default. We will detail some of the consequences of a default on Puerto Rico’s debt and consider some of the principal arguments in favor of allowing Puerto Rico to avail itself of the debt restructuring process under Chapter 9 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

Scroll down for the following documents:
– Puerto Rico Debt: A Survey of the Landscape- Introduction[1]
– Puerto Rico Debt Analysis[2]
– Executive Summary: Puerto Rico Debt Analysis[3]
– Resumen Ejecutivo: La estructura de la deuda[4]
 
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Puerto Rico Debt: A Survey of the Landscape- Introduction

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Puerto Rico Debt Analysis

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Executive Summary- Puerto Rico Debt Analysis

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Resumen ejecutivo- La estructura de la deuda

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