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Dec 16, 2015

Commercial Litigation Bulletin - Enforcing Foreign Judgments in Canada

The Supreme Court of Canada recently clarified the law on enforcing foreign judgments in Canada. This decision is important for creditors who hold judgments obtained outside Canada because it affirms the overwhelming trend by Canadian courts towards the greater ease of enforcing such judgments in Canada.

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