Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act


Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act
One of the uniform laws. Anno: 72 ALR2d 1259, § 3. A uniform law, the purpose of which is to give to holders of foreign judgments, with respect to claims on the judgment debtor's property and the remedies of levy and garnishment thereon, the same rights and remedies as the holder of a domestic judgment. Sullivan v Sullivan, 168 Neb 850, 97 NW2d 348, 72 ALR2d 1251.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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