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Landlocked countries 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 Kosovo 53 2013
2 Armenia 49 2013
3 South Sudan 48 2013
=4 Bhutan 47 2013
=4 Afghanistan 47 2013
6 Burundi 44 2013
7 Central African Republic 43 2013
=8 Laos 42 2013
=8 Malawi 42 2013
=10 Chad 41 2013
=10 Lesotho 41 2013
=10 Uzbekistan 41 2013
=13 Azerbaijan 40 2013
=13 Bolivia 40 2013
=13 Swaziland 40 2013
=16 Niger 39 2013
=16 Nepal 39 2013
=18 Kyrgyzstan 38 2013
=18 Uganda 38 2013
=18 Paraguay 38 2013
=18 Zimbabwe 38 2013
=18 Ethiopia 38 2013
=23 Kazakhstan 37 2013
=23 Burkina Faso 37 2013
=25 Mali 36 2013
=25 Serbia 36 2013
=27 Zambia 35 2013
=27 Hungary 35 2013
=27 Tajikistan 35 2013
30 San Marino 34 2013
=31 Switzerland 32 2013
=31 Mongolia 32 2013
=31 Slovakia 32 2013
34 Moldova 31 2013
35 Belarus 29 2013
36 Botswana 28 2013
37 Czech Republic 27 2013
38 Luxembourg 26 2013
39 Austria 25 2013
40 Rwanda 23 2013

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