by confession are becoming more and more popular, yet when and how they can be enforced is disputed by attorneys, judges, and even clerks.
Against this background, it should be noted that the expression "systemic situation" has recently been used by the Court in contexts other than the full pilot-judgment procedure (12), what judge Garlicki and also professor Leach call "quasi-pilot judgments
" (13), which develop a more flexible reaction to a systemic situation.
The Seventh Circuit has held that registering courts lack the power to entertain motions to vacate foreign judgments
for jurisdictional deficiencies.
The apex court, in a majority decision of five-to-two, read by Justice Olabode Rodes-Vivour, held that the failure of a member of the Osun State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal, Justice Peter Obiora to sit and hear proceedings of February 6, 2019, rendered the entire proceedings and the judgment
was given by the tribunal a nullity.
That being the case, in 1952, Jordan issued the Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
He said in today's world, law reports had been largely digitalised and accessible only to its subscribers, lawyers and law academics, while non-legal professionals and the general public remain hindered from accessing reported judgments
of Aotearoa New Zealand: Te Rino: A Two-Stranded Rope
In section 3, I argue that other-regarding normative judgments
present a problem for the motivation argument, and indeed present a problem for conativism itself.
"The Recognition Act [...] governs the '[r] ecognition and enforcement' of foreign money judgments
. See N.Y.
Even federal judgments
are subject to post-judgment enforcement procedures under state court rules in the state where the ruling federal court sits.
Tracing assets and enforcing judgments
isn't something one learns about in law school, but lack of understanding of the tools available is an increasingly urgent problem for in-house lawyers.