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Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
7.
Enforcing the foreign judgment
7.1
Once a declaration of enforceability has been granted, how can the foreign judgment be enforced?
 
Mozambique
Once an exequatur decision has been granted and has become final, the foreign judgment may be subject to coercive execution through a different procedure or, if it has become valid as if it were a Mozambican decision, before Mozambican public entities (eg, a foreign divorce judgment involving a Mozambican citizen may, once an exequatur decision has been obtained, serve as grounds to amend the Civil Register).

For more information about this answer please contact: Filomeno Rodrigues from Ana Bruno & Associados Sociedade de Advogados SPRL
7.2
Can the foreign judgment be enforced against third parties?
 
Mozambique
Not directly, since enforcement may be sought only against those who are indicated as parties in the judgment. The sole exception concerns the successors of a deceased third party, whose status must be confirmed by filing valid documentary proof.

For more information about this answer please contact: Filomeno Rodrigues from Ana Bruno & Associados Sociedade de Advogados SPRL