Issues of Compulsory Execution in Myanmar: A Comparative Approach from Practical Viewpoints

  • Yoshifumi AkanishiEmail author
Part of the Kobe University Monograph Series in Social Science Research book series (KUMSSSR)


Each nation has its’ own civil execution system which reflects its history and socio-economic system. On the other hand, in a certain degree, there are similarities in devices directed to the same purposes, including attachment and sales. Especially for developing countries, civil execution system is expected to change with the progress of internationalization of economy. As the economic relationship between Japan and Myanmar is deepened through increasing investments, now is the time to try compare the civil execution systems both countries to consider the needs for legal reform movement which is already being sought between both governments.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kinki University Law SchoolHigashi OsakaJapan

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