Thank you. I wanted to understand that the balance you referred to would be as an example that if the UK told me 15 percent was correct in the UK but they ordered 30 Per Cent so I would still owe the extra 15 Percent and just have the time im paying extended and therefore they are still getting what they were awarded in Mexico even though in the UK that would have never been awarded? Also I am pleased that I am not at risk of being sent to Mexico, but if they deemed it criminal there and I was on holiday in the US or Canada for example, would that show up on a computer and the either of those countries hand me over to Mexico if Mexico had issued a warrant? Or does that go aainst me being a british subject?
Is it fair to say that there is no point getting a lawyer in the UK as they would not be able to influence any Mexican ruling and that it would be better to get a lawyer in Mexico to try and get things in order from that side? Also would it take her lawyers a long time to process all this over seas? Meaning that it would be a long and difficult process for them to get things translated to english? And that getting the british courts to process things could take them months or years?
Yes if you wish to avoid a large bill it is a Mexican lawyer that you need so that the amount payable overall is reduced.
It woudl certainly take many months for the REMO process to rollout - possible over a year - so you have time