It is clear that we need specific procedures to resolve conflicts fast, efficiently, and fair. The Civil Procedure, Execution and Bankruptcy Law Chair analyses and evaluates the establishment, operation, and methods to bring a verdict and decisions of the courts in civil law and execution of court decisions, procedure and process of execution, and bankruptcy offices. It includes two different disciplines. Which strategy should be followed to ensure justice in civil courts, are searched, and present processes are evaluated and criticized in the Civil Procedure Law as one of these disciplines. Execution and Bankruptcy Law focuses on how the courts’ decisions will be executed and how legal processes will collect debts. This discipline aims to ensure the creditor’s right by realizing the debtor’s properties under the authority of the State, who has not paid the debt by their own will.