Strengthening enforcement of commercial court decisions in Mongolia (EBRD-16953)

  • Mongolia
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  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
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Original disclosure @ EBRD website

Updated in EWS Jan 15, 2023

Disclosed by Bank Nov 29, 2022

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Project Description
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According to the Bank’s website, the objetive of this project is to assist the Government of Mongolia represented by the Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs (MOJHA) in improving the effectiveness of enforcement of commercial court decisions in the country, focusing on the digitisation of the enforcement procedures.

The Project will consist of four components implemented in two phases:

Phase 1:

Component 1. Policy, legislative and institutional advice

  • Review of existing legal and institutional frameworks and practices on enforcement of court decisions and legal drafting assistance.

Component 2. Development of the Concept and Implementation Plan for digitalisation of enforcement procedures

  • Development of the concept, implementation plan and ToR for upgrading case management system of the Court Decision Enforcement Agency;
  • Development of the concept, implementation plan and ToR for development of online electronic auction for sale of assets during enforcement procedures.

Phase 2: (will be implemented after adoption of legislative amendments under Component 1)

Component 3. Digitalisation of enforcement procedures

  • Upgrading the case management system for the Court Decision Enforcement Agency and Piloting the case management system for the Court Decision Enforcement Agency;
  • Development of online auction for sale of assets during enforcement procedures and piloting an online auction.

Component 4. Strengthening bailiff capacity building

  • Development of a training programme and training materials for bailiffs on enforcement of commercial court decisions, development of e-learning course, and delivery of training for bailiffs;
  • Impact assessment.
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