Enforcement of Judgments & Arbitral Awards, 3rd Edition

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Global Guide
3rd Edition
Series:  Global Guides
Practice Area:  Dispute Resolution, Reference
ISBN:  9780414061866
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  23 Jun 2017
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
This third edition of the Enforcement of Judgments and Arbitral Awards in Commercial Matters Global Guide provides essential reading for lawyers and corporate counsel.

Written by leading lawyers in their respective countries, this reader-friendly guide can be used as a starting point for those not acquainted with the legal particularities of a jurisdiction in connection with the enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards. The guide provides a high-level overview of the law in 28 jurisdictions and covers the domestic legal framework, international conventions/agreements, enforcement procedures, interim remedies, and proposals for reform.

New jurisdictions include: Barbados, Bermuda, Guernsey, Jersey, Japan, Mauritius, Turkey and Ukraine.


  • Judgments: legal framework
  • International conventions/agreements
  • Definitions
  • Enforceable/excluded types of judgment
  • Judgments: procedure for enforcement 
  • Foreign judgments: formal/simplified proceedings
  • Form of application
  • Final/provisional judgments
  • Foreign judgments: jurisdiction
  • Foreign judgments: review of judgment
  • Foreign judgments: public policy
  • Domestic and foreign: other conditions for recognition and enforcement 
  • Judgments: methods of enforcement
  • Judgments: interim remedies and interest
  • Arbitral awards: legal framework
  • International conventions/agreements
  • Definitions
  • Enforceable/excluded types of arbitral award
  • Enforcement proceedings
  • Form of application
  • Challenging enforcement
  • Pending challenge proceedings
  • Review/opposition
  • Public policy
  • Actual enforcement
  • Arbitral awards: interim remedies and interest
  • Judgments and arbitral awards: proposals for reform