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Kev_w_Kev_w-aw._Recognition_and_Enforcement_of_Foreign_Judgments.edited.docx

Kev_w_Kev_w-aw._Recognition_and_Enforcement_of_Foreign_Judgments.edited.docx

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The recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments is a significant process in the conflict of laws between parties. The other two steps include choosing the jurisdiction in which a conflict is to be settled and a choice of law. All the three are put under private international law. Usually, the element of private international law arises from the dispute in question encompasses different territorial jurisdictions that tend to have various laws. The primary aim of the law is to protect and ensure that there is a peaceful interaction of people in different nations. In an article by Agbede, (1989) he maintained that private international law is the type of law that comes up when an issue presented in court contains a foreign element. In the case presented, Max (English) had a contract with Singh (Indian), and they agreed that any dispute between them would be heard in a French court. Therein, they also mentioned an arbitrator in case of a dispute. After some time, a dispute arose, and Singh
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