International Real Estate Lawsuit
What are the particulars with regards to suing an individual in another country for not complying with a real estate obligation (Canadian suing a British)?
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Re: International Real Estate Lawsuit
If the prejudice is suffered in Canada you can sue in Canada as long as you serve the defendant. He may decide to defend or not, If not you may get a judgment by default and try to enforce it in England and execute it.
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