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Europe Compared by Government > Red tape > Time required to enforce a contract > Days

DEFINITION: Time required to enforce a contract (days). Time required to enforce a contract is the number of calendar days from the filing of the lawsuit in court until the final determination and, in appropriate cases, payment.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Greece 1,300 2013
2 Slovenia 1,270 2013
3 Italy 1,185 2013
4 Cyprus 735 2013
5 Poland 685 2013
6 Ireland 650 2013
7 Serbia 635 2013
8 Czech Republic 611 2013
9 Republic of Macedonia 604 2013
10 Bosnia and Herzegovina 595 2013
11 San Marino 575 2013
12 Croatia 572 2013
13 Armenia 570 2013
14 Bulgaria 564 2013
15 Portugal 547 2013
=16 Montenegro 545 2013
=16 Slovakia 545 2013
18 Albania 525 2013
19 Netherlands 514 2013
20 Romania 512 2013
21 Spain 510 2013
=22 Malta 505 2013
=22 Belgium 505 2013
24 Latvia 469 2013
25 United Kingdom 437 2013
26 Estonia 425 2013
=27 Kosovo 420 2013
=27 Turkey 420 2013
29 Iceland 417 2013
30 Denmark 410 2013
31 Austria 397 2013
=32 Hungary 395 2013
=32 France 395 2013
34 Germany 394 2013
35 Switzerland 390 2013
36 Ukraine 378 2013
37 Finland 375 2013
38 Moldova 337 2013
39 Luxembourg 321 2013
40 Sweden 314 2013
41 Lithuania 300 2013
42 Georgia 285 2013
43 Norway 280 2013
44 Belarus 275 2013
45 Russia 270 2013
46 Azerbaijan 237 2013

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