In this article, the author examines the jurisdictional problems encountered by a party attempting to enforce a foreign judgment in France against a French national or domiciliary. The author's application of the French law to a hypothetical case demonstrates that as a general rule, foreign judgments rendered against French nationals or domiciliaries by non-Common Market jurisdictions will not be enforceable in France.
Thomas E. Carbonneau,
The French Exequatur Proceeding: The Exorbitant Jurisdictional Rules of Articles 14 and 15 (Code Civil) as Obstacles to the Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in France,
2 Hastings Int'l & Comp.L. Rev. 307
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