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THIERRY NOIRHOMME v. DAVID WALKLATE

Lloyd's Law Reports

THIERRY NOIRHOMME v. DAVID WALKLATE

[1992] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 427

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION

Before His Honour Judge Kershaw, Q.C.

Practice - Foreign judgment - Registration - Action brought by plaintiff against English defendant in Belgium - Judgment given in favour of plaintiff and registered in England - Whether judgment should be recognized - Whether defendant duly served - Whether defendant entitled to stay proceedings - Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act, 1982, s. 4.

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