(Queen's Bench Division, Roderick Evans J, 19 October 2012)
The German parents entered into a maintenance agreement in respect of their two children. The notary issued a European Enforcement Order and two registration orders were made in England.
The father claimed there had been a mistranslation in EEO and that amount of arrears had been miscalculated. There was no concern regarding a mistranslation. It was clear that the agreement was an authentic instrument for the purposes of Council Regulation 1869/2005 and the miscalculation of arrears could be corrected.