Man owed money by State sees firm's seizure stopped

Di Maio, Salvini showed solidarity with Sergio Bramini

(ANSA) - Brescia, December 24 - A Monza businessman who went bankrupt but was still owed four million euros by the Italin State on Monday saw a bankruptcy court stop his firm and other assets being seized.
    The Brescia court ruled in favour of Sergio Bramini saying "the seizure of assets subject to liquidation on the part of creditors cannot be initiated or continued".
    The court thus accepted Bramini's request for liquidation.
    The businessman had received solidarity visits from deputy premiers Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini.


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