I. PRESENT ATTITUDE TOWARD ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN MONEY JUDGMENTS
A. Describe the receptiveness of your government (including courts) toward enforcement of foreign money judgments.
In general terms, the Panamanian government, through its Supreme Court of Justice, has kept a positive attitude on the matter, authorizing the enforcement of foreign judgments whenever the legal requirements are met. However, actual requests for the enforcement of foreign money judgments have been scarce.
B. Briefly describe recent illustrative attempts, whether successful or unsuccessful, to enforce a foreign money judgment in your country, particularly with regard to enforcement of any judgments from United States courts.
To the best of our knowledge, there are no recent attempts to enforce foreign money judgments of illustrative character.
C. Describe any proposed legislation or other governmental action in your country that could significantly affect the enforcement of foreign money judgments.
There is no proposed legislation or other governmental action that could affect the enforcement of foreign money judgments.