|Regions||Periods||Pronounced bankruptcies By legal form Natural person (absolute)||Pronounced bankruptcies By legal form Single-owner company (absolute)|
|North of the Netherlands||2011||206||118|
|East of the Netherlands||2011||676||234|
|West of the Netherlands||2011||937||390|
|South of the Netherlands||2011||573||222|
|Province of Groningen||2011||78||45|
|Province of Friesland||2011||47||31|
|Province of Drenthe||2011||81||42|
|Province of Overijssel||2011||332||81|
|Province of Flevoland||2011||65||24|
|Province of Gelderland||2011||279||129|
|Province of Utrecht||2011||91||41|
|Province of Noord-Holland||2011||412||162|
|Province of Zuid-Holland||2011||400||170|
|Province of Zeeland||2011||34||17|
|Province of Noord-Brabant||2011||399||165|
|Province of Limburg||2011||174||57|
This publication gives an overview of petitioned, pronounced, annulled
and terminated bankruptcies.
Usually, a bankruptcy starts with a petition submitted by one or more
creditors or voluntarily. Bankruptcies can also be decreed by the
Public Prosecutor (in the public interest). A bankruptcy can also be
decreed by the court, if the debtor is denied suspension of payment or
sanction of the agreement.
Bankruptcy petitions are also used to collect payment from unwilling
Data available from 1981 to 2011.
Status of the figures:
All figures are definite.
Changes as of October 1, 2013:
None, this table has been stopped.
Reason for stopping:
The set of tables on pronounced bankruptcies in the Netherlands is re-established. New tables will appear on Statline in the short term, partially containing the information from this table.
When will new figures be published?
No longer applicable.
- Pronounced bankruptcies
- By legal form
- Natural person
- Including legacies.
- Single-owner company
- From 1-1-2007 on the CBS uses a new register of companies for distinction
of the legal form. Therefore the distinction between single owner
companies and natural persons can be made more exactly.
In comparison with former years there is a shift from single owner
companies to natural persons.