1. The structure and features of the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Civil or Commercial Matters (‘Convention’): from a ‘mixed’ to a ‘simple’ Convention. 2. The relationship of the Convention with other general and regional instruments dealing with the recognition of judicial or non-judicial decisions in civil or commercial matters. 3. The potential for an institutional role for the Conference in promoting the uniform interpretation of the Convention. This headnote pertains to: Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of...
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