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European experts involved in the establishment of a private-law institution complain about the slow pace of reform. Domestic experts are convinced that proper work of "private traders" will promote changes to the law, and possibly the adoption of the next code.

Despite the fact that in Ukraine, not the first year of every day, a significant number of property objects are enforced, the relevant legislation still contains rules that may be ambiguously understandable.

This was stated by Deputy Minister of Justice on Issues of the Executive Service Sergey Shklyar during the scientific and practical conference "Reform of executive proceedings: present and future", organized by the Ministry of Justice jointly with the Association of Private Performers of Ukraine and the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, with the support of the Agency's Program USAID "New Justice", the European Union Project "Support to Justice and Justice Reforms in Ukraine (LAW-JUSTICE)" and the Center for Commercial Law (Uk raine).

The text of the Government Bill No. 8198 on the relative enforcement of court decisions and decisions of other bodies was published, which was registered in the Parliament on March 26.

By 2017, only 6 (!) Percent of court decisions in civil and commercial cases were performed in Ukraine. Even if the court made a decision in your favor and decided to reimburse or recover a certain amount or property, it absolutely does not mean anything. In 2017, the percentage of executed court decisions rose to 18 - three times. And this was the result of the reform of the executive service and the emergence of private performers. One can say that the state monopoly on this profession is broken. Just as happened with notaries and dentists.