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AuthorBarnett, Peter R
TitleRes judicata, estoppel, and foreign judgments : the preclusive effects of foreign judgments in private internatioanl law / Peter R. Barnett
Imprint Oxford ; New YOrk : Oxford University Press, 2001
Descript lvi, 346 p. ; 25 cm

CONTENT

Foreign judgments and the doctrine of res judicata -- The Preclusive effects of foreign judgments recognised in England at common law or under related statutory schemes -- Recognising the foreign judgment and verifying its status as a res judicata -- The Parties in the subsequent proceedings -- Cause of action preclusion: cause of action estoppel and former recovery -- Issues preclusion -- The Extended doctrine of res judicata based on abuse of procedd: the rule in henderson v henderson -- The Preclusive effects of foreign judgments recognised in England under international conventions -- The Preclusive effects of judgments recognised under the brussels and Lugano conventions -- The Preclusive effects of a foreign judgment recognised under the proposed hague convention


Judgments Foreign -- Great Britain Res judicata -- Great Britain Civil procedure (International law) Procedure -- Trial -- Judgment

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