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This work examines the position of the foreign creditor in 29 major common and civil law jurisdictions. The book explains the strategies and remedies available in each including: the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgements, including the effect of bilateral or multilateral treaties and international conventions on the creditor and the debtor; the availability of interim measures, such as attachment, seizure or injunction; and the legal effect of the bankruptcy of the opponent.;The first edition was published as ""Attacking Foreign Assets"".
The book has been updated for this edition to cover many developments including changes to Acts of Enforcement and rules on the recognition and enforcement of foreign commercial judgements. A new chapter on the Philippines is included.