Legal Regulations of Enforcement Procedure in Selected Foreign Jurisdictions
Keywordsinternational enforcement process, coercive enforcement, recognition and enforcement, foreign court decisions.
This article provides a brief comparative analysis of the peculiarities of the enforcement procedures in selected foreign countries and jurisdictions with various legal systems, including France, the United Kingdom, Belarus, Kazakhstan, the Baltic countries, as well as research into the organizational structure of their enforcement agencies. The article also provides an analysis of the diverse procedures applied in EU countries for enforcement of decisions of courts and other authorities in civil and commercial cases, including the European Enforcement Order, European Order for Payment, European Small Claims Procedure, as well as the procedure under the Recast Brussels I Regulation. The author’s objective is to consider the procedures of enforcement of Ukrainian court decisions in these countries, as well as to raise the issue of the possible application of these procedures in the relevant legislation of Ukraine and to provide material for further research and analysis of these options.
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