Performance indicators of Enforcement Law for 2022 revealed

Manama, Apr. 17 (BNA): Over BD100million has been collected from debtors in enforcement courts and BD88m paid to 146,000 beneficiaries, as revealed by the Justice and Islamic Affairs Ministry's performance indicators of the Enforcement Law for the year 2022.


The ministry said it will continue optimizing e-systems and applications to ensure efficiency and timely enforcement of final verdicts and other enforcement instruments.


The ministry expected that performance indicators will further improve with the application of specialised enforcement paths to deal with debtors; whether individuals, companies or financial institutions.


Creditors were urged to complete enforcement procedures with the help of enforcement officers in cases in which orders have been issued to freeze assets; including property, vehicles, movables, shares and bonds; or non-monetary enforcement such as eviction or expulsion.


The ministry also called on creditors to update their bank information to receive funds collected through enforcement files, by filling the form available on the ministry's website




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