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Asked Jan 20, 2020
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(a) In a troubled-debt situation, why might the creditor
grant concessions to the debtor?
(b) What type of concessions might a creditor grant the
debtor in a troubled-debt situation?

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The creditor mostly grants the borrower with certain concessions with regard to the settlement. These concessions are provided to the borrower to ensure maximum r...

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