Q: exact rolls of what makes limited Partership agreement valued in state of Ok. can final judgment be inforce in jordan
defult judgment was taken civile partnership agreement. final judgment was taken as defulat jusdment with out my knoldge. now they are tryig to enforce the civil judgment in the country of jordn since i resid i jordan over seing the project.
os thier is an agreement of both vout state of okahoma and country of jordan in cilvil case money not ferdral case only state of okahoma civil case
thank you all ws taken as defult judgment without my knowldge
I cannot answer your question about the basis for the default because I can't examine the court file. Default judgments are taken without the knowledge of the defendant (you), hence the term.
There is no treaty between the U. S. and the Kingdom of Jordan for the recognition of judgments; however, an Oklahoma judgment (state or federal) can be lodged in your country by following the local procedure in local courts in Jordan. I strongly suggest you seek counsel from a lawyer in Jordan to defend the action to "domesticate" the judgment.
An alternative is to hire an Oklahoma lawyer to seek to have the judgment set aside because of lack of notice, but when you do that you may find that you have submitted to the jurisdiction of the Oklahoma court.
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