Evidence in support of application for registration for enforcement in England and Wales of a foreign judgment under the Administration of Justice Act 1920 (CPR 74.3 and 74.4 and Practice Direction 74A paragraph 4.4 and paragraph 5)

Published date21 March 2018
PF 154

PF 159A

Evidence in support of application for registration for enforcement in England and Wales of a foreign judgment under the Administration of Justice Act 1920 (CPR 74.3 and 74.4 and Practice Direction 74A paragraph 4.4 and paragraph 5)

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION

[ ] District Registry

In the matter of section 9 of the Administration of Justice Act 1920

And in the matter of a judgment of the (name of court and country)

Claimant

Defendant

I, (name, address and description) state [on oath] as follows:-

  1. By a judgment of the (name of court and country) dated (date) in proceedings between the above-named claimant and the above-named defendant it was adjudged and ordered that (state concisely the terms of the judgment)

  1. There is now produced and show to me exhibited hereto and marked “A” a bundle containing the said judgment or a verified or certified or otherwise authenticated copy of it [and (if the judgment is not in English) a translation of it into English

(i) certified by a notary public or otherwise qualified person; or

(ii) accompanied by written evidence confirming that the translation is accurate].

  1. (a) The name of the judgment creditor is (state in full) and his address for service within the jurisdiction is (state in full)

(b) The name of the judgment debtor is (state in full) and his address or place of business is (state in full or state if unknown).

(c) The grounds on which the judgment creditor is entitled to enforce the judgment are that the Court pronounced judgment in his favour in the terms set out above and that in accordance with the laws of (country) such judgment is immediately enforceable (or as the case may be).

[(d) (in the case of a money judgment) The amount in respect of which the judgment remains unsatisfied is (state the amount of the currency in which the judgment...

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