Judicial Assistance

Judicial Assistance is the admittance and enforcement of a judicial order or request by a court from one jurisdiction to a court in another jurisdiction. Such admittance sometimes requires a treaty between the governments of the two jurisdictions. Without a treaty, judicial assistance can also take place in individual case on an ad hoc basis. In common law jurisdictions, if a judicial assistance treaty is not in effect then the extra-jurisdictional order may be only admitted as evidence in separate litigation covering the same matter.

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ULCC: Uniform Law Conference of Canada · 17 June 2022 English

According to the Court of Appeal, the contract expressed the intention of the parties to seize to the Quebec courts of any disputes that related to the interpretation and application …

such instruments, the Agreement on Mutual Judicial Assistance between France and Quebec being a noteworthy


RI: Rideau Institute · 7 April 2021 English

UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION OVER WAR CRIMES Based on the notion that certain crimes are so grave that they affect the international community as a whole, the principle of universal jurisdiction, which …

entitled “Cooperation with extradition and judicial assistance in criminal matters”. 4 MISSION The International


ULCC: Uniform Law Conference of Canada · 2 April 2021 English

According to the Court of Appeal, the contract expressed the intention of the parties to seize to the Quebec courts of any disputes that related to the interpretation and application …

such instruments, the Agreement on Mutual Judicial Assistance between France and Quebec being a noteworthy


ULCC: Uniform Law Conference of Canada · 11 January 2021 English

Article 16 When a writ of summons or an equivalent document had to be transmitted abroad for the purpose of service, under the provisions of the present Convention, and a …

Desiring to improve the organisation of mutual judicial assistance for that purpose by simplifying and expediting


FRI: Farm Radio International · 8 August 2019 English

The newly formed team consisted of I have also seen my own skills develop, and this has management strategy, and on 35 social mobilisers from the field offices, seven social …

Droits de l’Homme et des The provision of judicial assistance to the victims of Peuples (MBDHP) the September


ULCC: Uniform Law Conference of Canada · 26 July 2018

Compte-rendu de la 79ème réunion annuelle de la Conférence pour l’harmonisation des lois au Canada UNIFORM LAW CONFERENCE OF CANADA CONFERENCE POUR L'HARMONISATION DES LOIS AU CANADA PROCEEDINGS COMPTE RENDU …

exclusive role of domestic courts is one of judicial assistance to facilitate recognition and enforcement exclusive role of domestic courts is one of judicial assistance to facilitate 2 Delaume, Georges R., «ICSID


ULCC: Uniform Law Conference of Canada · 26 July 2018

Proceedings of the 79th Annual Uniform Law Conference of Canada UNIFORM LAW CONFERENCE OF CANADA CONFERENCE POUR L'HARMONISATION DES LOIS AU CANADA PROCEEDINGS COMPTE RENDU OF THE DE LA SEVENTY-NINTH …

exclusive role of domestic courts is one of judicial assistance to facilitate recognition and enforcement exclusive role of domestic courts is one of judicial assistance to facilitate 2 Delaume, Georges R., «ICSID


SCBD: Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity · 20 June 2018 English

Article 29 of the Protocol requires each Party to monitor the implementation of its obligations under the Nagoya Protocol and to report to the Conference of the Parties serving as …

conventions and up to now has signed bilateral judicial assistance treaties with about 70 countries; (b) In


CFCJ: Canadian Forum on Civil Justice · 4 April 2018 English

His overall assessment was very much to the point: “our traditional concept of adjudication and the assumptions on which it is based provide an increasingly unhelpful, indeed misleading framework for …

generally refuses 13 to recognize a duty of judicial assistance. Notwithstanding these considerations, the “Lawyers’ Perceptions of the Fairness of Judicial Assistance to Self-Represented Litigants” (2010) available com/abstracts=1444745. 13 Jona Goldschmidt, “Judicial Assistance to Self-Represented Litigants: Lessons from recognized that adjudicators need to provide some judicial assistance in the course of a hearing. This duty has “Lawyers’ Perceptions of the Fairness of Judicial Assistance to Self-Represented Litigants” (2012), 30:1


desLibris · 2018 English

The following issues will be discussed: the modes of recognition of foreign insolvency proceedings under British law and 1 Between the death of Charlemagne in the ninth century and 1945, …

Introduction 2 The Impact of Brexit on Recognition/Judicial Assistance in Cross-border Insolvencies 11 Impact The Impact of Brexit on Recognition/Judicial Assistance in Cross-border Insolvencies Currently there are four means of recognition or judicial assistance available in the United Kingdom for foreign this narrow sense can be contrasted with judicial assistance, which is the notion that the courts of Insolvency Act 1986 Section 426(4) creates judicial assistance between the UK insolvency courts and certain


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