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As trade between the EU countries increases one of the questions most frequently asked of commercial lawyers is How do we get our European customer to pay? The Brussels Convention of 1968 was drawn up to facilitate recognition and enforcement of judgments in EC countries. This book is a practical guide to the provisional and enforcement measures in each of the member States contracting to the Brussels Convention, where the plaintiff is seeking the repayment of an existing or anticipated debt. Each chapter focuses on a separate country, but all chapters feature protective measures and post judgment remedies. The appendices contain relevant regulations for each country in both their original language and in translation.;* The book is divided by chapters on a country by country basis, covering countries signing the Brussels Convention * Each chapter covers protective measures, post judgment enforcement, and speedy procedures * Provides an opportunity for all those involved in cross-border litigation in Europe to develop their expertise in this area * Introduction covers limitation periods, interest rates, costs, retention of title and requirements of documentary evidence