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What is the procedure for obtaining a certified copy of an English judgment from the High Court when that is required for the purposes of enforcing the judgment in a jurisdiction with which the UK has no reciprocal enforcement regime?

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Published on LexisPSL on 16/05/2019

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  • What is the procedure for obtaining a certified copy of an English judgment from the High Court when that is required for the purposes of enforcing the judgment in a jurisdiction with which the UK has no reciprocal enforcement regime?

What is the procedure for obtaining a certified copy of an English judgment from the High Court when that is required for the purposes of enforcing the judgment in a jurisdiction with which the UK has no reciprocal enforcement regime?

As to whether a certified copy of the judgment is in fact required in those circumstances is a matter for the law of the country where enforcement will be sought. Local advice should be obtained on this point, as well as the nature of the certification required.

The provision made in CPR 74, Pt II addresses enforcement of a High Court or County Court judgment in a

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