Decision 111 r2 (a) provides that an applicant seeking recognition and execution of a foreign judgment must present, in the insurance under oath of support, a “full and certified copy of the foreign judgment (including, if applicable, the reasons for the decision of the court that rendered the judgment).” The High Court of Ermgassen and Co requested that the certificate of execution issued by the English High Court may not have been sufficient for this purpose in a foreign country. The High Court suggested that the applicant could have gone further in order to obtain certified copies of the oral appeal note of the summary decision. (c) the agreement between the applicant and the defendant, on the basis of which the English proceedings were initiated and the English judgment obtained, contained an “exclusive judicial decision”. The parties had therefore evaded the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts; The Tribunal found that the applicant could have provided more material to complete the summary judgment, found, however, that such an omission was not lethal in this case, given that the applicant had provided extrinsic documents to support his application, including a certification order from another English court attesting to certain important points, such as the fact that the applicant`s application form was served on the defendant in the British proceedings and that the defendant had recognized the meaning of the application form without any objection to the jurisdiction of the English court. (b) the High Court is bound by all factual findings of the original court, unless the foreign judgment is late; and with the ccAA, the reciprocal treatment of foreign judgments is now possible with respect to most European borrowers/debtors and any partisan party registered in a contracting state. The current States Parties are the European Union (excluding Denmark) and Mexico. Parties who opt for this regime can avail themselves of the provisions of the CCAA in civil and commercial matters where there is an exclusive jurisdiction clause in force and the case is not excluded. With regard to the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, the law becomes relevant where there is an exclusive court decision or exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of a state contracting the Hague Convention. The introduction of the CCAA allows Singapore`s banks to establish legal documents in Singapore with individuals and companies from contracting states and to apply judgments obtained in Singapore courts before the courts of those States Parties.