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SA Consortium General Textiles v Sun and Sand Agencies Ltd: CA 1978

The expression ‘agreed . . to submit to the jurisdiction’ in the 1933 Act meant ‘expressed willingness or consented to or acknowledged that he would accept the jurisdiction of the foreign court. It does not require that the judgment debtor must have bound himself contractually or in formal terms so to do’ Judges: Goff LJ … Continue reading SA Consortium General Textiles v Sun and Sand Agencies Ltd: CA 1978