Riyadh Arab Agreement For Judicial Cooperation Of 1983

The provisions of the preceding articles shall not affect the right of citizens of one of the Parties residing in the territory of another Party to publish all judicial and extrajudicial documents and documents in civil, commercial, administrative or personal matters or to transmit to persons residing in that territory. (a) the authority issuing the judicial or extrajudicial document or document; Enforcement judgments of a Contracting Party in whose territory they were issued shall be brought into force by the other Contracting Parties in accordance with the procedures to be applied to judicial judgments when such executions are subject to such proceedings, provided that their application is not contrary to the provisions of the Islamic Sharia; or the Constitution, public order or rules of conduct of the party that are necessary for the implementation of such injunctions. The authority requesting the recognition and enforcement of a documented document of the other Party shall submit an official copy of the document bearing the seal of the duly certified representative or authority or a certificate issued by the authority attesting that the act has the force of an executive document. In that case, Article 34(3) of this Agreement shall apply. The above provisions shall not preclude one of the Contracting Parties from granting its nationals the opportunity to hear the testimonies of their nationals directly by their respective consular or diplomatic representatives in the above-mentioned cases. In the event of a dispute concerning the nationality of the auditor, that nationality shall be determined in accordance with the law of the Contracting Party which has requested that the judicial prosecutor`s office be mandated in its territory. APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL OF ARAB MINISTERS OF JUSTICE, 6 APRIL 1983 Each Party undertakes to extradite persons found in its territory by the competent authority for having committed a criminal offence or convicted by a court of other Contracting Parties, subject to the rules and conditions laid down in this Part. (a) when applying this Part of the judgment, any decision, irrespective of the nomenclature, taken in judicial or judicial proceedings of the courts or competent authority of a Party. The existence of several arbitration tribunals within the same country is a frequent source of confusion between parties and practitioners. It is therefore important, when drafting an arbitration clause, to clearly specify the intended seat. .

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