Does feudalism still exist today?
Similarly, is feudalism still relevant today?
In modern times historians have become very reluctant to classify other societies into European models and today it is rare for Zamindari to be described as feudal by academics; it still done in popular usage, however, but only for pejorative reasons to express disfavour, typically by critics of the system.
Consequently, do any countries still use feudalism?
Feudalism is a military contract between a superior power and subordinates. So warlords that divide territories like in Somalia don't count because there is no sovereign ruler. North Korea & Burma could be modern versions of it. Since their currencies are not internationally traded.
Sark was considered the last feudal state in Europe. Together with the other Channel Islands, it is the last remnant of the former Duchy of Normandy still belonging to the Crown.