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Customer Lawsuits Pummel Spanish Banks

Authored by Don Quijones via WolfStreet.com, After it collapsed, Banco Popular was discovered to have 55,000 complaints against it.   Following a succession of consumer-friendly rulings, bank customers in Spain are increasingly taking their banks to court. And many of them are winning. Last year an unprecedented wave of litigation against banks forced the Ministry of Justice to set up dozens of courts specialized in mortgage matters to prevent the collapse of the rest of the national judicial system.
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