PROVISION OF DOCUMENTATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 14 OF THE JURISDICTION OF COURTS AND ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS (EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES) ACT, 1998
1. In the case of a judgment or order of the Circuit Court sought to be enforced in another contracting state, the County Registrar shall, at the request of an interested party, give such party a copy of the order or decree and written judgment (if any) of the court, duly authenticated by the seal of the court impressed thereon and the signature of the County Registrar.
(e) state whether notice of appeal against or notice of an application to extend the time for the bringing of an appeal against, or in any case where the defendant does not appear, a notice to set aside, the judgment or decision has been entered,
3. The certificate provided pursuant to section 14(b) of the 1998 Act shall be in accordance with Form 40 in the Schedule of Forms and shall be signed by the County Registrar and shall be authenticated by the seal of the court and have annexed to it a certified true copy of the civil bill or other originating document by which the proceedings were commenced.
4. In the case of a judgment in default of appearance, the affidavit grounding an application under rule 2 above shall, in addition, for the purpose of applying for a document certified under section 14(c) of the 1998 Act, exhibit a certified true copy of the affidavit or document, with any exhibit thereto, which establishes that notice of the institution of proceedings was served on the person in default and the County Registrar shall certify that the said document is a true copy of the document relied upon by the court on giving judgment.