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Parties, in their commercial agreements with one another, will typically choose the jurisdiction and the court that will hear any disputes that may arise between them. In the event one party chooses to have the dispute heard in one jurisdiction, on what basis could the other party seek a stay of proceedings in order for the dispute to be heard in a more appropriate forum? At the conclusion of a trial, how would the winning party enforce the judgment obtained in his favour against the assets of the losing party in other jurisdictions?
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