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n Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg - On Jurisdiction and the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Money Judgments, Christian Schulze : book review

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Abstract

This publication is a unique contribution to private international law in South Africa, Africa and the world. In one text it provides the reader with information on the following in the context of money judgements: 1) whether a case will be heard by a South African court; 2) whether a judgement of a South African court will be enforced in a European Union country if the relevant council regulation applies; 3) whether a judgement of a South African court will be enforced in the United Kingdom if the relevant council regulation does not apply; 4) whether a judgement of a South African or any other court will be enforced in Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia; 5) whether a case will be heard by a court in a European Union country if the relevant council regulation applies; 6) whether a case will be heard by a court in the United Kingdom if the relevant council regulation does not apply; 7) whether a foreign judgement will be enforced in South Africa. The book is unique in the sense that all this information is available in one publication in a handy and user-friendly form. Before the publication of this book, many sources would have to be struggled through to find answers on these questions although they are interrelated and interwoven to a large degree.

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2016-12-06
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