The Central Government on 18 January issued a notification declaring that the Civil Judgments of the superior courts of the United Arab Emirates are now enforceable in Indian Courts. As per the notification, UAE is considered to be a reciprocating territory under Section 44A of the Code of Civil Procedure.
The Central Government issued a notification declaring, UAE as the reciprocating territory under section 44A of CPC and that their judgments are now enforceable in Indian Courts. #UAE pic.twitter.com/u1yQgfCXKM
— B&B Associates LLP (@bnb_legal) January 20, 2020
Under Section 44A of CPC, a decree of any superior court of a reciprocating territory shall be executed in India as a decree passed by the Indian district court. Accordingly, a Reciprocating Territory means any country or territory outside India which the Central Government may declare to be a reciprocating territory for the purpose of this section.