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The recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Bank St Petersburg OJSC v Vitaly Arkhangelsky is a rare example of an English court granting an anti-enforcement injunction to enjoin a party from enforcing a foreign judgment, albeit on an interim basis. The starting point for the decision was in Russia, where the claimant obtained … Continue reading The Court of Appeal grants rare anti-enforcement injunction

The applicant in Parvalorem v Oliveira was a Portuguese state-owned organization and the first respondent (a director of the second and third respondent companies) was the subject of criminal proceedings together with associated civil proceedings in Portugal. The applicant had obtained a without notice freezing order as interim relief ancillary to the Portuguese proceedings pursuant … Continue reading Should a freezing order over the domestic assets of a foreign defendant with foreign assets contain the usual exception for payments in the ordinary course of business and/or for living and legal expenses?