257, 257 (2006) (describing the liberalization of the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
in Canada as a "quiet revolution"); Allison M.
As the Comment to that provision explains, the objective of the reciprocity provision in the Act is not to make it more difficult to secure recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, but rather to create an incentive for foreign countries to commit to recognition and enforcement of judgments rendered in the United States.
Moreover, if one needs a reminder that the shaping of a federal law on recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments for the United States has ramifications for other transnational actors, one can look to the failed attempt to negotiate a world-wide treaty on recognition and enforcement of judgments at the Hague Conference.
The purpose of the Florida Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act is to provide a speedy and economical method of enforcing a foreign judgment.
The court's lengthy analysis in Le Credit Lyonnais is consistent with and provides scholarly support for application of a 20-year limitation on the recordation and enforcement of a sister state's judgment under the Florida Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act.
Notwithstanding Hilton, recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
came to be regarded as a matter of private law and not one of international relations.
The guiding principle that informs the rules concerning the enforcement of foreign judgments
, both domestic and international, is the principle of res judicata.
consider recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
to be a purely
7) Exactly one year later, the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conferences set up an informal working group to continue the efforts of preparing a text on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
in civil and commercial matters.
This recourse to the law of a single state would be inimical to one of the main purposes of the Hague Convention, which is to establish uniform and predictable rules for the easy recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
The public policy exception is one accepted by numerous foreign nations as a valid reason to deny the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
A diverse set of 31 papers discuss such topics as the treatment of Dutch same-sex marriages in European and private international law, the Hague Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
as a failure of characterization, taking evidence by video-link in international litigation, the ascertainment and application of foreign law in Israeli courts, the dynamics of the making of the Hague Convention on Indirectly Held Securities, the Norwegian approach to private international law, international procedural harmonization and autonomous interpretation, interim measures of protection and Finnish arbitration law, and territoriality and personality in tort conflicts.