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In Cyprus Popular Bank Public Co Ltd v Vgenopoulos and others, the High Court held that a claimant who had obtained an order for the registration of a foreign judgment had no absolute entitlement to protective measures (in the form of a domestic freezing order) under Article 47 of the 2001 Brussels Regulation.  The High … Continue reading No absolute entitlement to domestic freezing order as protective measure when appeal pending against registration of foreign judgment

In Cyprus Popular Bank Public Co Ltd v Vgenopoulos and others, the High Court held that a freezing order granted by another EU Member State does not become immediately fully effective and enforceable once a registration order is made by the English court.  It becomes enforceable only if no appeal is brought in respect of … Continue reading Foreign freezing order cannot be enforced within the jurisdiction until any appeal against registration of the order is determined