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If you have secured a judgment in the UK in respect of a debt but find that your debtor is now living in Ireland, how do you enforce your debt?
Article 33 of the Brussels I regulation stipulates that any judgment obtained in a member state will be recognised in other member states without any special procedure required.
But how do you enforce your UK judgment in Ireland?
Order 42A of the Rules of the Superoir Courts in Ireland provides the procedure which involves making an application to the Master of the High Court in the first instance.
This is an ex parte application (only one party required, there is no need to serve any papers on the debtor at this stage). Your application needs to be supported by an affidavit which shows
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