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European Court considers irreconcilable judgments (Salzgitter GmbH v SC Laminorul SA)

European Court considers irreconcilable judgments (Salzgitter GmbH v SC Laminorul SA)
Published on: 30 September 2013
Published by: LexisPSL
  • European Court considers irreconcilable judgments (Salzgitter GmbH v SC Laminorul SA)
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  • Article 34 of the Judgments Regulation
  • Irreconcilable judgments from the same Member State

Article summary

DR analysis: the CJEU has held that the enforceability of judgments in another Member State under the Judgments Regulation applies even if there seem to be irreconcilable judgments from the Member State of origin. This is to be differentiated from irreconcilable judgments from different Member States where enforceability would not be possible. It is not for an enforcing Member State to question or review the validity of what seem to be irreconcilable judgments that have arisen in the same Member State. The role of the enforcing state is essentially to formalise the judgment as quickly as possible. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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