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The Justice Ministry has asked an advisory panel to consider making it easier to seize the assets of people who refuse to pay court-ordered child support or restitution to crime victims.

The move is in response to growing calls for revising the law on executing civil matters so that divorced women and crime victims in dire financial straits can receive some relief.

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