transnational enforcement process

Recognition and enforcement of Ukrainian judgments in the EU States

The article is devoted to the analysis of possibilities and means of recognition of
Ukrainian judgments in the EU member states, which do not have agreements on legal aid with
Ukraine, and consequently do not have the reciprocity principle fixed in writing. On the
examples of Sweden, UK, Germany and the Netherlands the normative regulation allowing to
enforce Ukrainian judgments is analyzed. As a result of the research, two types of means of
recognition are distinguished: direct and indirect

Genesis of transnational enforcement process through development of international law

The article deals with development and establishment of legal relations arising in the enforcement of decisions and other acts involving a foreign element, in a separate group, which is closely linked to private international law and to the enforcement process.Development of private international law and allocation of separate institutions and sub-sectors within the scope of its regulation, including international civil procedure, international trade law and transnational commercial law (lexmercatoria), confirms the dynamism of the legal system, the continuity of the transformation of its s

Public policy in transnational enforcement process

The article deals with the content of the “public policy” principle and analyzes its
implementation in some institutes of transnational enforcement process, namely in the
procedure of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, including international
commercial arbitrations’awards. The paper also highlights problems arising in the application
of the “public policy” principle and studies the differences in the concepts of “transnational
public policy”, “international public policy” and “national public policy”