“Deserving” consumers accumulate hundreds of thousands of euros in debt. There is the Ivorian woman separated with 287 thousand euros to pay, there is the man from Rivarolo who after an illness brings together 123 thousand. But the way out exists
IVREA. The most famous case seen by the Ivrea court is undoubtedly that of the showgirl Cristina Chiabotto, indebted to the tax authorities for 2.5 million euros. It would be ungenerous, however, to reduce to this in times of Covid and galloping poverty the so-called suicide-saving law, or the 3 of 2012, which allows consumers, artisans, small entrepreneurs, farmers to grab the sword of Damocles of debt by the hilt. .