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Former British colonies 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 Bangladesh 1,442 2013
2 India 1,420 2013
=3 Trinidad and Tobago 1,340 2013
=3 Barbados 1,340 2013
5 Sri Lanka 1,318 2013
6 Burma 1,160 2013
7 Egypt 1,010 2013
8 Pakistan 976 2013
9 Swaziland 956 2013
10 Belize 892 2013
11 Israel 890 2013
12 Sudan 810 2013
13 Jordan 689 2013
14 Grenada 688 2013
15 Dominica 681 2013
16 Maldives 665 2013
17 Jamaica 655 2013
18 Yemen 645 2013
=19 Saint Lucia 635 2013
=19 Bahrain 635 2013
21 Botswana 625 2013
22 Lesotho 615 2013
23 Zambia 611 2013
24 Guyana 581 2013
25 Saint Kitts and Nevis 578 2013
=26 Qatar 570 2013
=26 Canada 570 2013
28 Kuwait 566 2013
29 Brunei 540 2013
30 United Arab Emirates 524 2013
=31 Sierra Leone 515 2013
=31 Tanzania 515 2013
33 Ghana 495 2013
34 Uganda 490 2013
35 Kenya 465 2013
36 Namibia 460 2013
37 Nigeria 447 2013
38 Malawi 432 2013
39 The Bahamas 427 2013
40 Malaysia 425 2013
41 Zimbabwe 410 2013
42 The Gambia 407 2013
43 Fiji 397 2013
44 Australia 395 2013
45 United States 370 2013
46 Antigua and Barbuda 351 2013
47 Bhutan 225 2013
48 New Zealand 216 2013
49 Singapore 150 2013

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