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1. DearCustomer the courts in Ireland have jurisdiction to add on the legal fees and costs associated with a judgment. So you should have your judgment amount from england together with an assessed amount for your costs from the English litigation. Then as part of your relief sought when getting the judgment recognised you should add on the 3-500 euros this will cost in legal fees. Similarly if you get Discovery in Aid of Execution, you should immediately get these costs calculated and add them onto the judgment amount. It is usual for the solicitor to have these amounts assessed in advance so ther eis no delay. You simply get them paid by the judgment debtor when you enforce the judgment.
2. There is no such thing as having costs of travel paid. You will have to pay for your own travel. I would suggest you simply leave it in the hands of your solicitors. You don't have to attend in person.
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