Inter-American Convention on Extraterritorial Validity of Foreign Judgments and Arbitral Awards

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Inter-American convention on extraterritorial validity of foreign judgments and arbitral awards
Signed 8 May 1979[1]
Location Montevideo, Uruguay[2]
Effective 14 June 1980[1]
Condition 2 ratifications
Signatories 18[1]
Parties 10[1]
Depositary General Secretariat of the Organization of American States[1]
Languages English, French, Portuguese and Spanish[2]

The inter-American convention on extraterritorial validity of foreign judgments and arbitral awards is a convention of the Organization of American States regulating the enforcement of judgements and arbitral awards in other member states.[2] The convention was concluded in 1979 at the second inter-American specialized conference on private international law and as of 2013 had 10 parties.[1]

Parties[edit]

Country Signature Ratification/Acceptance Deposit of the instrument
of ratification/acceptance
 Argentina 1 December 1983 7 November 1983 1 December 1983
 Bolivia 8 February 1983 15 May 1998 8 October 1998
 Brazil 8 May 1979 31 August 1995 27 November 1995
 Chile 8 May 1979
 Colombia 8 May 1979 24 June 1981 10 September 1981
 Costa Rica 8 May 1979
 Dominican Republic 8 May 1979
 Ecuador 8 May 1979 5 May 1982 1 June 1982
 El Salvador 11 August 1980
 Guatemala 8 May 1979
 Haiti 8 May 1979
 Honduras 8 May 1979
 Mexico 2 December 1986 11 February 1987 12 June 1987
 Panama 8 May 1979
 Paraguay 8 May 1979 5 July 1985 16 August 1985
 Peru 8 May 1979 9 April 1980 15 May 1980
 Uruguay 8 May 1979 12 February 1980 15 May 1980
 Venezuela 8 May 1979 30 January 1985 28 February 1985

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