This title was first published in 2002: Within Europe and beyond, foreign judgement enforcement is now an essential component for the development of international commerce. This indispensable volume traces and analyzes steps and procedures for the enforcement of foreign judgements in national courts, including summarizing the principles which are the preconditions for that enforcement.
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Contents: Austria, Dr Friedrich Schwank; Belgium, Nicole Van Crombrugghe; England and Wales, Lisa Bristow and Julia Staines; Estonia, Risto Vahimets and Ilona Nurmela; Germany, JÃ¼rgen BrÃ¶hmer; Guernsey, Tom Crawford; Isle of Man, Jason Stanley; Spain, Jesus MuÃ±oz-Delgado; Sweden, Annika Freij; Switzerland, Philipp KÃ¤nzig and Dorothea Meyer Schmidiger; Name Index.
’The idea of the book is to be complemented. To bring together all essential information on how to obtain recognition and enforcement of a foreign judgment for all major (European) jurisdictions in one slim volume in English certainly meets a growing need among legal practitioners and comparative lawyers in general.’ European Journal of Law Reform ’Procedures to Enforce Foreign Judgments, edited by Paul J. Omar, is a masterpiece of a great work by great minds and specialists both in the academic and legal practice that provides answers and solutions to questions and problems arising from the enforcement of judgments and awards obtained by creditors in Europe. The book provides detailed, clear, accurate and well researched information on law, rules and the practical steps to be taken on procedures for the enforcement of foreign judgments in Europe...’ International Company and Commercial Law Review