Hello and thanks for asking for me.
Yes just send it back, return to sender.
Can I clarify anything for you?Alex
I cant see the full link
Para 6 says: There is currently no treaty in place pursuant to which either party’s judgments may be enforced by the other party’s courts
They cant enforce over here. In any event they would have to get a CCJ in the UAE.
But in any event this is not binding as it is guidance and has NOT been signed.
No it won't stop you getting a job if you get a ccj. You can get a Tomlin order but you would have to agree to the debt.
Only if they get a ccj in UAE is there any possibility of enforcement here.
But even then the guidance is not binding and certainly has not been signed.
Does that clairfy? Alex
No, it has to be UAE. They need to get a UAE ccj to even consider enforcing here.
They don't have jurisdiction to start proceedings here without a UAE ccj or equivalent according to the guidance.
But as I have said, it's not guidance which has been signed?
They need to get one in the UAE then apply to enforce here. It's not a uk ccj so will never appear on a credit record here.
No. Did you see my response above? It will never be on your credit file. It's not a uk judgment.
If I could invite you to rate my answer before you go today please, otherwise the site does not credit me for the time spent with you today. Thanks and good luck. Alex