For a decade prior to the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Beals v. Saldanha, the law of enforcement of foreign judgments in Canada was guided by principles in the the Supreme Court's decision in Morguard v. de Savoye. In this article, published in the U.S. legal journal, National Reporter, Igor Ellyn, QC and Agnes E. MacNeil espouse the applicable principles. This article is several years old but is still relevant today when read in conjunction with 2004 Enforcement article.
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