Answer ... The foreign judgment may be executed in the same way as a decree passed by the local court (Section 44A of the Code of Civil Procedure). The court may order execution of a decree:
- by delivery of any property specifically decreed;
- by attachment of sale or by sale without attachment of any property;
- by arrest and detention in prison;
- by approving a receiver; or
- in such other manner as the nature of the relief granted may require.
Further, the executing court may direct the judgement debtor to deposit the decretal amount in the court and subsequently direct remittance to the decree holder (Section 51 of the Code of Civil Procedure).
Answer ... As the principles of agency and alter ego cannot be applied to enforce a foreign judgment against a person other than the named judgment debtor, or a party which has not been represented in the proceedings, enforcement against a third party is highly unlikely under the Code of Civil Procedure. However, if a third party is holding the property owned by the defendant against whom enforcement of judgment is sought, the court may pass an order of attachment and issue mandatory injunction compelling the third party to make the property available for the disposal of the proceeding.