2. If the sentencing does not allow the subject court to verify whether the conditions of this chapter are met, that court may require all necessary documents. 3. An application for recognition or execution may be accompanied by a document issued by a court (including a judicial official) of the State of origin, as recommended and published by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. 4. If the documents covered in this article are not contained in an official language of the required state, they must be accompanied by a certified translation into an official language, unless the required state law provides otherwise. Among its reasons for granting the application for execution, the Tribunal indicated that evidence was provided that the plaintiff was included in the motion for summary sentence when neither the defendant nor his counsel were present. The Tribunal therefore found that the summary judgment against the defendant appeared to be in the nature of a judgment on the merits of the case, contrary to a default judgment. For the purposes of the application for execution, it can therefore be considered that the defendant was properly informed of the summary judgment application that gave rise to the summary judgment. Order 111, Rule 2, paragraph 3, point a), of the court settlement provides that the applicant`s affidavit must contain “a complete and certified copy of the foreign judgment (including, if applicable, the reasons for the decision of the court rendering the judgment).
This provision is provided for by Article 13, paragraph 1, point a) of the convention. (b) an “international case” is a case in which recognition or execution of a foreign judgment is sought; or the execution of a judicial transaction recorded by a court in a contracting state; and (1) In this Convention, “judgment” means any decision on a court`s reasoned benefits, regardless of the mention it may have, including an order or order, and a finding of costs or expenses by the court (including a court official), provided the decision relates to a decision on the merits that can be recognized or enforced under this convention. A provisional protection measure is not a judgment. 2. For the purposes of this agreement, an entity or person other than a natural person is considered to be resident in the state – A state may declare that its courts may refuse recognition or enforcement of a court decision in another contracting state if the parties had their domicile in the required state, as well as relations between the parties and any other relevant elements of the dispute , to the location of the elected court, were only related to the required state. Section 3, paragraph 1, of the RECJA provides that an application to register a judgment of a court in the United Kingdom may be made “at any time within 12 months from the date of the judgment or a longer period authorized by the Court.” In Westacre Investments Inc v. The State-Owned Co Yugoimport SDPR (aka Jugoimport-SDPR)  2 SLR (R) 166, the Court of Appeal ruled that a court may authorize registration under the RECJA if, after 12 months from the date of the judgment, an application was made only where it was fair and comfortable.