Q: is there is any treaties or agreement in Enforcment of civil judgment between country of Jordan and state of Oklahoma.
default civil judgment final (partnership dispute) was taken default judgment and final judgment they are trying to enforce it in the country of the Hashimi kingdom of Jordan, it states level in Oklahoma only not a ferdral case. its ciil .. is there is any law will allow that. and dos state of Oklahoma has any agreement of treaties with country Jordan in respect of Enforcment of civil judgment. no one seems to know how to answer this question and i am willing to pay for the research and answer thank you
You asked a question right up my alley!
The U. S. has no recognition of JUDGMENTS conventions with any other country, not even our next door neighbors Canada and Mexico. States of the U. S. do not get engaged in
let me finish: (see my other response) : Treaties between the U. S. and other countries would be necessary for registration; HOWEVER:
A judgment rendered in a foreign country can be domesticated in the state of Oklahoma by following the statute in that regard. See §12-721. Filing and status of foreign judgments. of the Oklahoma Statutes.
There is a notice provision, and a good lawyer can mount a defense to its domestication, but it is not child's play
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