This research paper delves into the role of technology in promoting and enhancing a recoverer-oriented approach to the enforcement process. Recognizing the evolving nature of the enforcement process and the need to prioritize the rights of recoverers, this study explores how technological advancements can be leveraged to facilitate a more efficient and effective enforcement process. By adopting a recoverer-oriented approach, where the focus is on restoring the rights of recoverers rather than solely on the debtor, the enforcement process can align more closely with principles of justice and fairness. The research employs a multidimensional methodology, combining legal analysis, case studies, and comparative assessments of enforcement processes across different jurisdictions. Additionally, technological advancements such as automation, data analytics, and digital platforms are examined for their potential to streamline and optimize the enforcement process. The study also considers the impact of technology on enforcement procedural legislation and its role in harmonizing enforcement practices on a national and international level. Through the analysis of relevant literature and empirical data, this research provides insights into the benefits and challenges associated with integrating technology into the recoverer-oriented enforcement process. Furthermore, it investigates the potential impact of technology on the quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of the enforcement process, with a specific focus on enhancing the enforceability of court decisions and decisions of other bodies.


enforcement process, debtor’s duty, priority of collector’s rights, enforcement model, enforcer.

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