(1) A party who wants to register a judgment under section 6 (1) of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 must file an originating application, in accordance with Form 134.
(2) The originating application must be accompanied by:
(a) a copy of the judgment certified by the original court, and if the judgment is not in the English language a translation of the judgment authenticated by an affidavit; and
(b) an affidavit stating the following:
(i) the full name, occupation and the usual or last-known place of residence, or of business, of the parties;
(ii) if section 6 (1) (b) of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 is relied on -- the date of the last judgment in proceedings by way of appeal;
(iii) that the judgment was given in a proceeding in which a matter for determination arose under the Commerce Act 1986 (New Zealand), other than a proceeding or a part of a proceeding in which a matter for determination arose under section 36A, 98H or 99A of that Act;
(iv) that Part 2 of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 applies to the judgment;
(v) that if the judgment were registered the registration would not be, or be liable to be, set aside under section 7 of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 ;
(vi) the amount of costs of, and incidental to, the registration sought to be included in the registered judgment;
(vii) if the judgment is a money judgment -- that judgment was given in a superior court of a country in relation to which Part 2 of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 extends, or an inferior court of such a country, being an inferior court in relation to which Part 2 of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 extends;
(viii) if section 13 of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 does not apply to the country of the original court -- that that section does not so apply;
(ix) if the judgment is a non-money judgment -- that the judgment is a non-money judgment of a kind prescribed under section 5 (6) of the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 .
(3) The application may be without notice.
Note Without notice is defined in the Dictionary.