Enforcement of Foreign (Non-EU) Judgments in Ireland – Current State of Play?

13-03-2012

The economic and commercial reality of the current business landscape means that many international commercial relationships have at some point become engaged in litigation resulting in a foreign judgment being handed down which is later sought to be enforced in Ireland. The extent to which a foreign judgment will be given recognition depends on the principles of private international law of the country of recognition.

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