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Former French colonies Compared by Government > Red tape > Procedures to enforce a contract > Number

DEFINITION: Procedures to enforce a contract (number). Number of procedures to enforce a contract are the number of independent actions, mandated by law or courts, that demand interaction between the parties of a contract or between them and the judge or court officer.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Syria 55 2013
2 Guinea 49 2013
3 Mauritania 46 2013
4 Algeria 45 2013
=5 Cambodia 44 2013
=5 Republic of the Congo 44 2013
=7 Senegal 43 2013
=7 Central African Republic 43 2013
=9 Benin 42 2013
=9 Laos 42 2013
=9 Cameroon 42 2013
12 Chad 41 2013
=13 Djibouti 40 2013
=13 Togo 40 2013
=13 Morocco 40 2013
=16 Tunisia 39 2013
=16 Niger 39 2013
=18 Gabon 38 2013
=18 Madagascar 38 2013
=20 Lebanon 37 2013
=20 Burkina Faso 37 2013
=22 Mali 36 2013
=22 Vietnam 36 2013
24 Haiti 35 2013
25 Cote d'Ivoire 32 2013
26 Mozambique 30 2013

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