||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 118 (Dec)
Sir Francis Ferris
||10 November 2005
Conflict of laws - Foreign judgment - Recognition and enforcement - Recognition by English courts - Competence of court giving judgment - Whether foreign judgment final and conclusive - Whether judgment should be recognised.
The claimants' application for recognition of a foreign judgment was allowed in circumstances where the court was satisfied, inter alia, that the judgment had been given by a court of competent jurisdiction and was final and conclusive.
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