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The Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in the uae and difc Courts

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A party seeking to enforce a foreign judgment in the uae can do so through the uae local courts or the difc courts. However, each court applies different considerations in determining whether to recognise and enforce foreign judgments from countries with which the uae has no treaty. Since there are not many countries with which the uae has a bilateral or multilateral treaty, careful consideration should be given when selecting the country whose courts will have jurisdiction over any dispute as this may have a bearing on the recognition and enforcement of any judgment in the uae. This article will assist in these considerations.

Affiliations: 1: Herbert Smith Freehills, DubaiUAEsaloni.kantaria@hsf.com

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