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The myth of enforcement

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The large amount of meeting attended by UIHJ everywhere in the world on the theme of enforcement tends to show the “infatuation” created by enforcement in each part of the planet.
 
What is the reason behind such a craze ?
 
We think that authorities, States, even the political and economical areas, progressively tend to realize the interest in integrating enforcement procedures in the two emerging poles that are legal security and efficiency of enforcement.
 
A long time ago, UIHJ developed a theory according to which transactions and investments cannot be incited without legal security. Today, this theory irrigates many current.
 
But legal security implies modern, yet strict, rules for enforcement, and above all, competent, responsible and independent enforcement agents.
 
Another credo is the efficiency of enforcement.
 
The big institutional agencies of the economical world are rules by technicians who loathe uncertainty. To attract capital owners to invest somewhere, it is indispensable, not only to offer some security, but also to be convincing enough, by offering means of enforcement that are liable to quickly assure the enforcement of contracts.
 
Thus, interlocutory measures, securities in general, and of course, the enforcement system, are very carefully studied.
 
All of a sudden, large solicitors firms tend to specialize in that newly ennobled field, and universities, schools, even governments, organize large scale seminars.
 
Thus travels the idea to reinforce internal legislations and to elaborate international treaties in order to harmonize enforcement procedures. The result of this is the inevitable promotion of a self employed enforcement agent, now largely recognized.
 
Today, more than ever, enforcement agents refine their image as the inevitable and independent professional of the modern legal systems.
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Jacques Isnard

President of the UIHJ

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The myth of enforcement
April 2005
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