Enforcing a Judgment Abroad - Six Routes to Success

Enforcing a Judgment Abroad - Six Routes to Success

Available to view from 23 May 2024

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All dispute lawyers representing claimants know that getting the judgment is only half the battle. It is then a question of enforcement, usually a tougher assignment.

If the defendant is not in the same jurisdiction as the judgment is given in, how realistic are your enforcement options?

The procedure under the Civil Procedure Rules to use whether you are applying to enforce a judgment via one of six routes which will be covered in this short bitesized webinar.

What You Will Learn

This webinar will cover the following:

  • Old route 1: under the Administration of Justice Act 1920 including the Cayman Islands, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore
  • Old route 2: in the countries subject to the Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933: other parts of the Commonwealth including Australia, Canada, India and Pakistan
  • Old route 3: by starting a new legal action in countries such as in Japan and USA
  • Newer route: under the 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements
  • Newish route: the Singapore Convention following a mediation settlement
  • Newest route: the 2019 Hague Convention on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments

This pre-recorded webinar will be available to view from Thursday 23rd May 2024

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