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Finality in Litigation provides guidance on finality in domestic and international litigation. Ensuring finality in litigation (‘preclusion’) is a challenge. Res judicata and abuse of process are technical doctrines. The same doctrines can also be effective tools to avoid duplicative or vexing litigation.
This practitioner’s guide describes how preclusion works in English law. Without compromising on the breadth and depth of the analysis, it offers the same treatise of Dutch law, while highlighting critical differences and similarities between these common and civil law systems. Further, it clarifies how preclusion works between these and other jurisdictions. Finally, it suggests improvements to the process of preclusion between jurisdictions.
What’s in this book:-
This timely treatise addresses the entire spectrum of preclusion issues arising in an English court:
How this book will help you:-
This book assists practitioners in avoiding duplicative or vexing proceedings. It further enables practitioners to make a better determination of how a case will affect one’s ability to pursue the same or related claims and issues in another case against the same, related or even third parties, both domestically and abroad. Additionally, this book contributes to conflicts theory on the problem of preclusion by foreign judgments.