A judgment1 given by a court of an overseas country against a state2 other than the United Kingdom or the state to which that court belongs must be recognised and enforced in the United Kingdom3 if, and only if:
(1) it would be so recognised and enforced if it had not been given against a state4;
(2) the court would have had jurisdiction in the matter if it had applied rules corresponding to those applicable to such matters
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