The Supreme Court recently ruled that if the judgment for which a declaration of enforceability is sought is not yet final, the court deciding on a second or third appeal may, in its final decision on the appeal, order the party seeking the declaration of enforceability to pay security in accordance with the Brussels I Regulation.
Courts can Order Payment of Security When Seeking Enforceability
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