The enforcement of English judgments in the Cayman Islands by registration: reconsidering the objections
In this article Dermot Woolgar considers whether judgments from the superior courts of England and Wales are registrable in the Cayman Islands.
He suggests, after an exhaustive analysis of the law, that they are registrable, contrary to the widely-held view which, he argues, is based on an historic error of law. His article concludes with a warning of possible difficulties for the enforcement of Cayman Islands judgments in England and Wales by registration, if there are no reciprocal arrangements for the registration of judgments from England and Wales in the Cayman Islands.
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